Health and Wellbeing Plan
Frankston City Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017-2021
The Frankston City Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017–2021 is the Council’s strategic plan for how we will work over the next four years to create well planned and liveable neighbourhoods so that residents can enjoy good health and wellbeing at every stage of life.
Our long-term community building outcomes and health and wellbeing priorities for 2017 to 2021 are:
- Healthy Community: Healthy and active lives
- Stronger Families: Respectful relationships and gender equity
- Safe Community: Diverse and affordable housing and safe behaviours
- Strong Community: Vibrant, inclusive and engaged communities
- Sustainable Environment: Sustainable use of resources
- Sustainable Economy: Skilled local workforce
- A Learning Community: Literacy across all life stages
Download the Frankston City Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017-2021
The Plan fulfils the requirement of the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008 for all Victorian councils to prepare and adopt a Municipal Health and Wellbeing Plan every four years within 12 months of a local government election to outline the health and wellbeing priorities for the area.
The plan is also Council’s Disability Action Plan and has been developed to be aligned with the Victorian State Disability Plan 2017-2020 to support people with a disability to live satisfying everyday lives. The Year Two Action Plan has a summary of the actions that will support people with disabilities.
The Plan was developed from the following:
- A comprehensive analysis of demographic data and health and liveability statistics.
- A review of a broad body of evidence and research on the key determinants of health and health inequalities.
- Think Big Frankston and other community consultation conducted from October 2016 to March 2017 to gain information from residents, businesses and local groups.
- The professional expertise of council officers and our partner organisations.
- A review of the previous Frankston City Health and Wellbeing Plan 2013-17.
Frankston City Community Profile
Strategic Framework for Young People
A framework to facilitate health literacy and wellbeing as well as increase educational attainment for Young People.
The National Health Services Directory
The National Health Services Directory is a great source of information about local health services. Visit their website to find a doctor that can look after you anytime and anywhere.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
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