Campaspe Shire’s municipal heath and wellbeing plan for 2014-15 includes a range of measures to improve the health of residents.July 4, 2014 3:10am
Campaspe Shire’s municipal heath and wellbeing plan for 2014-15 will see a calendar of events and other measures to promote health and wellbeing.
They include a youth health promotion website and an education workshop on the impacts of alcohol and drugs for sports clubs.
The 2013-17 municipal public health and wellbeing plan is the blueprint for how council works with other levels of government and community agencies to ensure a holistic approach to addressing the health and wellbeing needs of all residents.
The action plan maps out more than 70 activities to be delivered in 2014-15 to address the underlying causes of chronic illness in the following eight key priority areas:
The action plan will be updated annually, with the community and council updated on progress of activities.
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