Your health and wellbeing is really important, and on this page you will find a range of services and information to support you around health and emotional wellbeing.
Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust (DCHS) provides personalised and safe, community-based health services that enrich the lives of local people and communities. To find out more about services and their locations please see a full A-Z list.
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Some people with long-term complex health needs qualify for free social care arranged and funded solely by the NHS. This is known as NHS continuing healthcare.
Derbyshire Family Health Service are a team of healthcare professionals, that include health visitors and school nurses. They are here to support you and your family as part of the 0-19 year olds free public health and wellbeing services. From birth to early adulthood, this website and the team are here to provide you with the support and information you need to keep your family healthy. This includes the children’s continence service and information around services for 5-10 year-olds.
Derby and Derbyshire Emotional Health and Wellbeing website has a range of local and national resources. Emotional health and mental wellbeing affect all aspects of our lives and health choices. Mental wellbeing is about feeling good and functioning well, as individuals and as communities. It is also about our ability to cope with life’s challenges and making the most of life’s opportunities.
Joined Up Care Derbyshire is the Derby and Derbyshire health and social care partnership for adults and children. Joined Up Care Derbyshire is one of 42 Integrated Care Systems across England. Our priority is to make improvements to the Derby and Derbyshire population life expectancy and healthy life expectancy levels in comparison to other parts of the country, and reduce the health inequalities that are driving these differences. We have specific information for Children and young people relating to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), Children's mental health and wellbeing and the Handi App. To receive a weekly bulletin of important health and care updates please complete a subscription form or view past newsletters.
Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is an acute Trust providing healthcare and community services for more than 400,000 people across Derbyshire. Our ‘Together as One’ strategy focuses on exceptional patient care delivered by exceptional people, and supports our people, communities and partners working together to provide patient care we can all be proud of. To find out more about our services visit our Chesterfield Royal website.
You can also find your nearest local NHS service and children and young people’s mental health services and resources.
Supporting medical conditions in schools and education settings. Information for staff around supporting children with medical conditions in schools and early years settings.