Health & Wellbeing Forum
The Health & Wellbeing Forum is a collaborative partnership among the third sector organisations in Tower Hamlets that aims to improve health and wellbeing and reduce health inequalities for residents in the borough.
The forum aims both to empower communities to engage effectively in debate with health services – to enable statutory services and health professionals to hear, understand and respond adequately to the health needs of the communities, which the members of the forum meaningfully engage with and provide services to. The forum is managed by a steering group elected from its membership.
Representatives from third sector organisations in Tower Hamlets are welcome to attend and be a part of the forum. For more information or if you wish to become a forum member please contact Alison Robert at THCVS on 020 8980 8427
Find out more about the H&WB Forum
H&WBF Steering Group
The H&WB Forum is overseen by a steering group made up of organisational representatives of the forum. Meetings take place between forum meetings, to take forward the Voluntary Sector Health and Wellbeing Strategy of the forum.
Previouse H&WBF Meetings
Here you will find past meeting presentations
Here you will find past bulletins from the parternships team around the health and wellbeing issues relevant to the borough. To have a health and wellbeing-themed event, activity, consultation or other related information for the sector, please email us to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Partnerships Team have been holding Networking Events to help groups in the borough form partnerships and consortiums, which will enable groups to work together, share assets, and bid for tenders and other sources of funding.
Tower Hamlets Health and Care Sector
Here you will find useful information and links for health and care in Tower Hamlets, including the THT board, the Locality Health and Wellbeing Committees and more.
Personalised Care Planning and Mental Health Employment Support workshop
THCVS, along with the CCG hosted a workshop which is being overseen by the Mental Health and Employment Coproduction Group. Focusing on personal care planning, the workshop explored some of the issues around this key agenda for the borough. You can read the notes from the meeting here
The next steps are:
• Summary presentation and working draft report for mental health employment co-production group
• Meeting of the recovery and wellbeing review co-production group on 28 August (this group has its own mailing list – this agenda covers the whole service but includes mental health employment support)
• Workshop to share the proposed new model, organised with THCVS on 12 September (9:30 AM to 12:30 PM at the Professional Development Centre)
Workshop places are limited but organisations are invited to send one representative to the workshop and can register here