One in four people experience a mental health problem in any given year.
The Council is set to consult on proposals for its 2021/22 budget, which will set out how it will preserve frontline services despite the ongoing challenge of Coronavirus.
Coventry City Council and Domestic Abuse Services are marking 16 Days Of Action by raising awareness of the various forms of domestic abuse and support to encourage those affected to seek help.
A city community centre staged a special pop-up dining event to help provide free school meals for youngsters.
Health and care partners across Coventry and Warwickshire are encouraging residents to help protect the NHS.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Council and its partners have continued to support rough sleepers in the city.
Coventry’s voluntary hubs are providing over 1500 food parcels and vouchers each week for households in the city during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maternal Mental Health Week, from 4-10 May, aims to offer reassurance to parents that they are not alone during this uncertain period and to remind families that support is still available to them.
A pioneering app providing valuable support and information to help migrants integrate into life in Coventry is giving advice on Ramadan during the ongoing COVID-19 emergency.
A conference to improve awareness of perinatal support across Coventry and Warwickshire has put local parents at the heart of change to reduce stigma surrounding mental health.
Coventry and Warwickshire perinatal mental health champion, Leanne Howlett has won the 2020 Mental Health Star Award by the West Midlands Combined Authority’s annual Thrive Awards.
A new mental health support service that aims to increase help for residents experiencing mental distress, is being launched in Coventry, as part of a joint effort by the Council and partner agencies.
With a high probability of severe cold weather between early Friday morning (29 November) and Monday morning (2 December), people are being urged to look out for vulnerable family and neighbours.