Do you know what health services are available in your town? Do you know where to go for physiotherapy, sexual health advice, help with mental health and more?
The online guides below detail what is available in your town, along with information about services including support for dementia, end of life care, your local library, police and council contacts.
Please note that the information contained in the guides was correct at the time of publication.
In September 2013, the CCG carried out a thorough Health Needs Assessment of Haverhill. One of the findings was that people were not aware of the services available in the town, so the CCG worked with ONE Haverhill to produce the Health Services in Haverhill guide.
To view the latest version of this guide (Nov 2014) click here.
- Haverhill Health Needs Assessment
- Health in Haverhill event 17 May 2013
- Haverhill Health Needs Assessment event 26 September 2013 – Summary Report
Forest Heath District Council had previously created a series of ‘Reach Out’ guides, briefly detailing the services of offer in its towns of Brandon, Mildenhall and Newmarket. Following the warm reception of the Health Services in Haverhill guide, the CCG worked with the council to expand the scope of the original guides to include more services and replicate the successful format across the towns of Forest Heath.
To view Brandon, click here.
To view Mildenhall, click here.
To view Newmarket, click here.
Sudbury and Great Cornard
A guide was completed for Sudbury and Great Cornard following the opening of the town’s new £10 million health centre.
The CCG worked closely with Babergh District Council and healthcare providers, and also the rich variety of voluntary and community groups in and around Sudbury to complete the guide (April 2015).
To view the guide, click here