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Your voice on Health & Social Care in Hull

Welcome to the Healthwatch Hull website. 
We are here to make sure you have your say on Health & Social Care services in the city.
The work we do is influenced by the general public and local organisations and we want to hear from you about your experiences
with local services that you use.
We are committed to putting local people and their views at the heart of health and social care services in Hull.
To find out more about our work and how you can become involved visit our about us section

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Loneliness Awareness Week 17th June – 21st June 2019

Loneliness Awareness Week 17th June – 21st June 2019

In  2017 an inclusive campaign to raise awareness of loneliness amongst everyone in the UK did not exist, so Marmalade Trust started the first one - Loneliness Awareness Week (LAW) It was really apparent that raising awareness is an important part of changing the way we think and acknowledge loneliness.  We need to talk about it. And from this, the Let's Talk Loneliness campaign was born, to encourage everyone to start the conversation and say it’s OK to feel lonely and it’s okay to talk about it. Although loneliness is not a mental health issue in itself, it can have a negative impact on your mental health. Conversely, suffering from poor mental health can heighten the chances of feeling lonely. Older people are especially vulnerable to loneliness & social isolation – ...
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SUICIDE PREVENTION

SUICIDE PREVENTION

Suicide is now the biggest killer of men under 50. Talking to someone, especially in a group setting can help you cope with difficult times and help you make positive changes to your life. Mind have re-launched their men's suicide prevention group 'You Matter' at their offices in Hull. The group is for local men who are at risk of suicide, or have attempted suicide. The group offers support and hope. For more information call 01482 240200 or visit https://www.heymind.org.uk/ ...
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QUIT SMOKING NOW!

QUIT SMOKING NOW!

One in every two smokers will die from a smoking related illness. How will your family cope if you are the one? Want to Quit smoking but not sure where you’re nearest Stop smoking clinic is, then click here to find your nearest stop smoking clinic ...
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HULL CRIME REDUCTION FUND - APPLY NOW!

HULL CRIME REDUCTION FUND – APPLY NOW!

Hull Crime Reduction Fund is open – Deadline for Round 1 30/06/19 The Hull Crime Reduction Fund is open to new applications. It was established by the Hull Community Safety Partnership (CSP), with funding provided by the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner and aims to provide grants to support various groups and community projects whose aims are to enhance community engagement, reduce crime and improve the lives of those living in Hull. The aim of the Community Grant is to support those initiatives and projects that are able to demonstrate how they can support the delivery of the CSP strategic aims, outcomes and priorities. Projects must help meets at least one of the four Hull CSPs priorities: Reduce domestic abuse and violent behaviour; Reduce offending and re-offending; Support victims and ...
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Did you know that Healthwatch Hull can help you by providing information about access to local Health & social care services? We can also give you advice on what to do if you are unhappy with your care or treatment. Contact us on 01482 499038 or check out our new website at healthwatchkingstonuponhull.co.uk ... See MoreSee Less

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