Public Health Buckinghamshire needs your help

How has the Coronavirus pandemic affected you? Take part in the survey to help plan for recovery

Public Health Buckinghamshire needs your help

Buckinghamshire Council’s Public Health team has launched its new Buckinghamshire Coronavirus Health & Wellbeing Survey. The survey aims to understand how residents in Buckinghamshire have been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic including how the lockdown and its consequences have impacted their daily lives and health and wellbeing. The information collected through the survey will be used to help tailor the local recovery throughout the county following the impact of Coronavirus.   

Gareth William, Cabinet Member for Communities and Public Health, said: “It is crucial that we know how our residents are feeling about their health during the pandemic. We are keen to understand our residents’ experiences during the pandemic, and how Coronavirus has impacted their lives.

“We are all working very hard to ensure that we protect our resident’s health and wellbeing, so I would urge all residents to please give us your feedback by completing this survey and to encourage your friends and family in the county to do the same. Your experiences can help us improve how we support our communities over the coming months.”

Complete the survey at Your Voice Bucks.

Buckinghamshire Council’s Public Health team helps people to stay healthy and endeavours to protect them from threats to their health. The service aims to help residents lead healthier lives, regardless of their circumstances, to minimise any risk and impact of ill health.  

If your health and wellbeing has been impacted by Coronavirus, you can find more information about staying healthy by visiting:  

·       Buckinghamshire Council health & wellbeing webpage

·       Live Well Stay Well

·       Healthy Minds Bucks

·       Buckinghamshire Mind

·       NHS Every Mind Matters

If you need to talk to someone about your mental health, support and advice is available by calling:

·       Mental health helpline for adults – freephone: 0800 783 0119

·       Mental health helpline for children & young people – freephone: 0800 783 0121

·       Samaritans 116 123

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Published: 8 July 2020