JSNA Mental Health and Wellbeing

Closed 24 Mar 2023

Opened 2 Mar 2023

Feedback updated 28 Jul 2023

We asked

We asked you to review the JSNA (Joint strategic needs assessment) analysis and report into Mental Health and Wellbeing, asking for your comments and for any additional information that should be considered.



You said

Those who responded felt that on balance the report reflected their views and knowledge of this issue for Stockport and no-one disagreed with the findings. Respondents commented on the impact of shorter working weeks and housing on wellbeing. Respondents also highlighted what they should be the emerging priorities as the result of the report.

We did

We discussed the findings with those who are developing Stockport’s Mental Health and Wellbeing strategy and the JSNA and Strategy have now been finalised. The JSNA will be published on www.stockportjsna.org.uk once IT upgrades have been completed.


Stockport's Health and Wellbeing Board has a legal duty to review and understand the health and social care needs of Stockport to inform our strategies and service plans; this is called the JSNA (Joint Strategic Needs Assessment). In Stockport we do this by regularly looking into specific topics and producing a briefing about our anlaysis and findings.

We have recently produced a draft JSNA for Mental Health and Wellbeing and want to consult local people; including staff, members of the public and commissioners; to ensure that our latest assessment includes evidence from all the local experts and truly reflects the needs of our local population.

This JSNA will be used to inform Stockport's Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy as well as the overall One Stockport Health and Care plan.

What happens next

Once this consultation is complete we will use the comments and evidence shared to revise the JSNA and will publish a final version in the summer of 2023. 


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