Peterborough residents are being asked for their views on a proposed integrated service to improve local health and wellbeing by supporting people who want to improve their health by tackling, for example their smoking, their lack of physical activity and exercise or to lose weight.
It is intended that the new service, that will include and develop existing local services, will start on 01 April 2017.
The proposed service is a collaboration between the council and the local NHS, and focuses on a variety of services to improve people's health in the city and surrounding rural areas.
The service proposed will provide universal free access to programmes to support people wishing to make healthy choices.
The service will specifically provide support in local communities and areas where health inequalities and health problems are most common. The service will be evidence-based offering high quality and accessible support where it is most needed.
Have your say
You can have your say by completing a short survey about the proposed service.