Coventry City Council is sending out invitation letters to complete the Household Survey, asking residents their views on living in Coventry, quality of life, and how the pandemic has affected them.
Surveys conducted by Coventry City Council (CCC) and Warwickshire County Council (WCC) following the last period of lockdown and school closures revealed some negative effects on people’s wellbeing.
Ahead of the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, 6 February 2021, Coventry City Council and partner agencies, are publicising a new poster, designed by a young person.
Coventry City Council and health and care partner are promoting National Heart Month and encouraging residents to improve their heart health by looking more closely at their lifestyle choices.
Coventry Health and care partners are marking National HIV Testing Week, 1 – 7 February, by reminding people about the importance of getting tested for HIV to help save lives.
Coventry City Council and our health and care partners are encouraging residents to make a Coventry Health Challenge pledge.
To combat the negative effects winter and the pandemic have had on mental health, health and social care partners across Coventry and Warwickshire are reuniting to remind people they are not alone.
Coventry health services are reminding older residents and anyone who may be restricted by a health condition of the best present to our future selves this festive season.
Coventry health services are urging older residents and those restricted by a health condition to stay active at home this winter to build their resistance to COVID-19 and Flu.
Health partners across Coventry and Warwickshire are marking World Mental Health Day on 10 October by raising public awareness of resources that they can access to help improve their wellbeing.
The Leader of the Coventry City Council has urged residents and businesses to continue the fight in stopping the spread of Coronavirus.
Smokers in Coventry are being encouraged to take quitting seriously this Stoptober following the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact on people’s health behaviours.
Coventry City Council and partners are supporting a major new, adult health campaign to help residents become more resilient to COVID-19 by kickstarting a journey to better health.
Health and social care partners across Coventry and Warwickshire are marking World Suicide Day on 10 September as part of the Wellbeing for Life Festival.
With the current climate, the importance of looking after our wellbeing and taking care of our mental health has become increasingly important.
With temperatures set to be over 30 degrees Celsius this week, people are being urged to look out for those vulnerable to heat exposure and stay cool, as the Met Office issues new heatwave.
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted on nearly everyone’s mental health. For some people, the difficulties that have been faced have led them to thoughts about taking their own life.
The winners of the 2020 Health and Wellbeing Awards in Coventry have been announced.
Healthy Lifestyles (HLS) Coventry has launched a digital resource pack to provide online support for those people caring for family and loved ones.
This week is Carers Week and it is all about raising awareness of caring, highlighting the challenges carers face and recognising the contribution they make to families and communities.
Health and care partners in Coventry and Warwickshire are marking Mental Health Awareness Week, from 18-24 May, by celebrating kindness.
Three Coventry City Council registrars have been named unsung heroes for their kindness and compassion in supporting several couples with their last wishes to marry the person they love.
When CV Life closed their doors to their leisure centres and sports facilities following the lockdown announcement, the team rallied together.
Emily Carter, support worker, based at Brookview Care Home has been named an unsung hero by her colleagues, for providing support to adults with learning and physical disabilities in Coventry.
Emma Kennard, a Senior Enablement Officer for the Coventry Enablement Service at BID Services, has been emotionally supporting people living in Coventry with hearing and sight loss.
A Coventry woman is proving the virus has turned many of us into caring and kind neighbours, by striving to make people laugh and smile during these uncertain times.
Tuesday 12 May marks International Day of the Nurse and the 200th birthday of the Lady of the Lamp, Florence Nightingale.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are supporting the new Every Mind Matters advice for looking after mental wellbeing.
Council Leader, Cllr George Duggins, addressed yesterday's Full Council on the Coronavirus situation, thanking health workers and urging people to work together and support one another.
A series of new comprehensive reports on the current health and well-being of residents in Coventry has been launched following a roadshow of workshops across the city.
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust have launched an upgraded version of their Dimensions Tool.
Thousands of people took advantage of the opportunity to cycle through Coventry’s traffic-free streets, as part of HSBC UK Let's Ride Coventry.