Mental health problems can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, gender or social background.
The Working Together Consultation is the first statutory consultation leading up to the publication of the reviewed and updated RBMPs. It sets out the Statement of Steps and timeline for the third cycle of the Plans. We would like your views on how you would like to be involved in the development of the next River Basin Management Plans.
We want your views on draft service standards for housing adaptations in Wales. Housing adaptations support disabled and older people to live more independently in their own home.
Following the decision to implement a minimum unit price for alcohol in Wales, Welsh Government are consulting on a proposed minimum unit price of 50p. They believe this strikes the right balance between the health and social benefits and intervention in the market.
The Welsh Government would like views on what they should do to tackle loneliness and social isolation.
The Welsh Government are consulting on a draft framework and action plan that aim to: tackle inequalities and poverty experienced by disabled people; promote equality of opportunity; provide support to more easily access resources and mainstream services.
The Welsh Government are consulting on the draft anti-bullying guidance and toolkit, which has been developed to prevent and challenge bullying in schools.
The Women and Equalities Committee launched a new inquiry into the mental health of men and boys ahead of International Men’s Day which was held on Monday 20 November.
The Council's total current budget stands at £609m, but 65% of this (£397m) is currently spent on schools and social services. Both areas are facing rising demand pressures as the city's population grows contributing to a budget gap of £35.2m next year and £93m over the next three years.
The Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee would welcome your views on the future role of Transport for Wales in delivering transport policy. What additional responsibilities should it take on and how should these integrate with the role of the Welsh Government, local government and emerging regional transport authorities.