Health and Wellbeing Plan
The City of Port Phillip is currently developing a new Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan (MPHWP) - 2013- 2017. Feedback from residents, visitors, community agencies and businesses so far has helped identify some key themes which will shape the draft MPHWP. Find out more about the key themes.
Have your say
In the next stage of community consultation for the MP HWP we are inviting the community to feedback on these themes. Tell us your ideas about how we can create effective and sustainable actions to address these themes. Feedback on these themes will help us a form a picture of what a happy, healthy and resilient Port Phillip might look like and how we can work collaboratively to achieve our goals.
• Complete the online survey
• Download the conversation toolkit and host a conversation with your peers, friends and family. The toolkit includes a tipsheet for hosting a conversation and worksheet to record your feedback. We would like to hear from community members and groups about how we can work together to help address key health and wellbeing issues and make long term changes that can benefit everyone in the City of Port Phillip.
Submitting your feedback
• log your feedback into the online survey
• email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
• send your worksheet to the Community and Health Development Team Private Bag 3, St Kilda, Victoria, Australia 3182. Please complete and send your feedback to us by Sunday 12 May 2013.
For more information contact the Community Health and Development team via email on email@example.com or phone ASSIST on 03 9209 6777.
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Find out more about the key themes which will provide the focus for the Municipal Health and Wellbeing Plan. Community feedback from residents, businesses and agencies, has identified key topics of access and affordability, transport and mobility, social and cultural inclusion, community facilities and amenities, safety, physical health and mental health, and pollution and waste.read more
by Your Say 23 Feb 2012, 4:15pm