Welcome to the Health and Wellbeing Networks for Argyll and Bute

We are here to ensure that the people of Argyll and Bute have the opportunity to be as healthy as possible. Good health and wellbeing is at the heart of a vibrant Argyll and Bute. This website will help you to find out what health activities are happening and can also put you in touch with lots of local projects.

We look forward to you joining us!

The Joint Health Improvement Plan 2017 – 2022 is available to view here: 
JHIP 2017-22

The Health and Wellbeing Partnership Annual Report for 2016 – 2017 is available here:
Health and Wellbeing Annual Report 2016-2017

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Latest News

Director of Public Health Annual Report Published

All directors of Public Health in Scotland publish an annual report. Hugo van Woerden is the Director of Public Health for NHS Highland and he launched his annual report for 2017 this week. The topic this year is Realistic Medicine. This may be a new phrase to some people and means  thinking carefully about the […]

Health and Wellbeing Development Training Day 9th November 2017

We are very excited to announce our upcoming Health and Wellbeing Development Training Day. The  Stress Awareness and Management Workshop will be held in Inveraray on the 9th of November from 10:30 – 15:30. Further information can be found on the save the date flyer – Save the Date 09.11.17 Places for the day are […]

Our case studies

The Health and Wellbeing Grant has funded hundreds of small projects in Argyll and Bute over the past 10 years. To see some of the recently funded projects click here.

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Grant funding

The Health and Wellbeing Grant is available to fund local health projects. Click here to apply

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Contact Us

We would like to hear from you, please get in touch.

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