Thanks for your query. We’ll be in touch direct with this information.
If you select the link underneath the map - 'view the directory in a larger map' - you can see a list of the health and wellbeing boards and their contact details on our Google maps page.
All upper-tier and unitary local authorities in England are statutorily required to have HWBs set up. In other words, all local authorities at county level (i.e. upper-tier authorities) and local authorities which combine upper- and lower-tier levels (i.e. unitary authorities such as the London boroughs) will have a HWB. It is only the lower-tier local authorities (such as metropolitan district councils) which aren't required to set up a HWB. For more on this, please have a look at these links:
As far as we are aware, there is not a comprehensive list and the best way to put one together would be to double-check a list of lower-tier local authorities against our map (as some lower-tier local authorities have established HWBs).
Hope you find this useful! If you have any further enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A useful resource, so many thanks for producing and updating it.
Any reasonable format would do
If you click through on the link to view the directory in a larger map, it takes you through to Google Maps where you can download the data behind this in a KML format file. If you would like further help with this, please email us (email@example.com) and we'll do our best to help!
Thank you for your enquiry. We continually update this map as and when new information is available. If postal addresses are not listed for boards then this information has not been available at the time.
I hope you find this useful!
Two changes to the info here: I have taken over support of the West Sussex Health and Wellbeing Board from Matt Evans and link to our website doesn't appear to be working - you may wish to search and replace? Many thanks Suzanne
Thank you for highlighting this to us - we have now amended this.
Do you have a list of postal addresses for HWBs? We would like to do a mail-out to all of them.
Thanks for getting in touch. We don't hold a list of this information - all the information is on the map itself, where it is available. If you click on the enlarged version of the map and then choose the print option, it should generate a list of the data behind the map.
I hope this helps!
Is this information available on a spreadsheet? That would help our work so much. What a fantastic resource.
Many thanks for your help in navigating the map details in a broader way. Really appreciated.
The work we're highlighting is Improving Adult Rehabilitation Services #improvingadultrehab and the involvement of HWBs is absolutely central to going forward.
Thanks for letting us know about this, we have now updated the map with this information!
I was wondering of is this information available on a spreadsheet? That would help our work very much as we want to contact them.
Thanks for highlighting this to us! It'll be added shortly!
Thanks a Million
is it possible to get a list of all HWBs and their associated JSNA websites in spreadsheet format? Including a list of contacts emails. Many thanks, Sharon
Many thanks Justin
You can find a link to the spreadsheet just underneath the map at the top of this page.
I have found your spreadsheet really useful in the past but now when I click on the map above it takes me into this comments page. Can you let me know how to find it again?
Apologies for the inconvenience, we are having a temporary issue with this page following the launch of our new site. This should be fixed soon. Until then, you can access the spreadsheet via this link: https://www.google.com/fusiontables/DataSource?docid=1MNA96KYTfCJw0LnOuWhRGEjqv2TO0E1GssMAWY-Z#rows:id=1
hi, this is great. do you have any information on the boundary lines between HWBs? thanks!
Thank you for getting in touch. If you drop us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a little more detail about the kind of information you want, our Library services team can have a look into this for you.