Public Service Board - Better Bridgend survey

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Bridgend Public Services Board Assessment of Local Well-being Consultation Draft

Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015


In 2015, the Well-Being of Future Generations (Wales) Act was introduced to ensure that Public Service Boards (PSBs) across the nation do all logothey can to improve economical, environmental, social and cultural well-being of people and communities. The PSB is a partnership of 15 public service providers who work together to improve local services.

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The PSB for Bridgend has put of all its evidence together into a draft assessment of well-being. The assessment was created to gain a better understanding of positive aspects within our communities, what matters to people, and how the PSB can work together now, and in the future, to plan and deliver services. The PSB want to know if you agree with the information gathered and what well-being factors are most important to you.

How to respond:
This consultation period will begin on the 15 February 2017 and close the 19 March 2017. You can respond or ask further questions in the following ways:
T: 01656 643 664
Online: Click here
Post: Communications, Marketing and Engagement, Bridgend County Borough Council, Raven’s Court, Wing 3, Brewery Lane, Bridgend, CF31 4AP.

Alternative formats are also available upon request.



WCADA need your views for their DOMINO Project potential participant consultation

The current WCADA DOMINO Therapeutic Recreation Diversionary Activities Project aims to help people affected by alcohol and drug problems lead healthier, active lives. They engage individuals affected by substance misuse in a range of diversionary activities that enhance and sustain recovery treatment engagement, provide daily structure and build new positive relationships.  The project gives people opportunities to learn or re-learn skills, progress towards volunteering and share what they have learned with their families, friends and their communities to reduce the stigma associated with substance misuse.

This is a Big Lottery Funded Project and WCADA are in the process of applying again to the Big Lottery Fund to ensure they can continue to deliver this valuable service beyond the end of October, 2017.  

The focus on the new project will be on substance misuse and mental health and they are seeking the views of people affected by substance misuse and mental health who have not been involved in the project to understand what your needs are and if you would be interested in engaging in the project either now, or in the future?

This survey is completely confidential.   Your views are important to them.

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