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Easing of Coronavirus restrictions

Commissioning strategies

Staffordshire County Council's Strategic Plan (2018-2022)

This page outlines our strategic plan for 2018-22.

Mental Health Strategy

One in four people in the county will suffer from mental health problems during their lifetime. Because of this, Staffordshire County Council, local NHS clinical commissioning groups and other local authorities are working together to ensure those with mental health issues are not prevented from living full, healthy lives and have produced the Mental Health Strategy, ‘Mental Health is Everyone’s Business’.

Whole Life Disability Strategy (All Age Disability)

The Whole Life Disability Strategy 2018 - 2023 has now been approved and published.

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Latest social care and health news

Newcastle residents urged to make testing part of weekly routine

People in Newcastle-under-Lyme are being reminded to get tested twice a week to help ensure cases of Covid-19 remain low as the next stage of the Government's roadmap out of lockdown approaches.
Date:
13 May 2021

Burton Caribbean Association to host pop-up vaccine clinic for over 38s

People eligible for their first Covid-19 vaccine in Burton are being given another opportunity to book a slot at a local community centre.
Date:
13 May 2021

Foster carers share their stories as part of national campaign

Foster carers from across Staffordshire are leading a new campaign to help highlight the urgent need to find more foster families.
Date:
10 May 2021

Residents and businesses urged to continue cautious approach

Staffordshire residents and businesses are being urged to continue to remain vigilant ahead of confirmation of the next stage of the lifting of lockdown.
Date:
10 May 2021

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