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Healthy Suffolk

Coronavirus Support

Suffolk's CoronaWatch is the home of data and information produced under the Suffolk Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA). 

You can access national and local data. This includes confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), deaths from coronavirus, care home outbreaks and Google mobility data from the CoronaWatch dashboard, along with a series of briefings which have been produced on related topics, all from publicly available sources. 

Looking after your mental and physical health while at home

If you have to stay at home due to coronavirus (COVID-19), you may be feeling bored, anxious or lonely.

It’s important to understand how you are feeling and to do some simple things which can help you feel better. 

The Five Ways to Wellbeing gives advice on what we can do every day to make ourselves feel good.

Five Ways to Wellbeing logo and link to webpage

The COVID-19 Emotional Wellbeing, mental health and learning disabilities information hub contains a wealth of resources for professionals, adults, young people, those with learning disabilities, people coping with bereavement and those supporting someone with dementia. Visit the hub!

COVID-19 Drug and Alcohol Communication go to www.healthysuffolk.org.uk/covid19drugsandalcohol

General Details

The home of the Suffolk Health and Wellbeing Board and all things Public Health, HealthySuffolk.org.uk! From the latest news and developments to information about services in your area, this is your your one stop shop for everything health and wellbeing related in Suffolk.

Information on: Drug and Alcohol Training for Professionals

KEEP CALM AND… 

Babies don’t have the words to tell us what they want, and sometimes knowing what to do can be tough. But never fear - our parenting hacks will help you to be able to cope with crying.

Public Health and partners are raising awareness of Non-Accidental Head Injury NAHI – otherwise known as ‘Shaken Baby Syndrome’ – and to support parents and carers with the help and information they need to prevent this tragic loss of life.

If baby won't settle, Keep Calm and Try:

Who to contact

Name
Public Health Suffolk
Telephone
01473 260094
Email
HealthandWellbeing@suffolk.gov.uk
Website
http://www.healthysuffolk.org.uk/
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Address
Endeavour House
8 Russell Road
Ipswich
Postcode
IP1 2BX

Where to go

Area served
Suffolk

Other details

Age Groups
Adults, Young people
Last Updated
22/08/2020

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