The Regional Health, Social Care and Wellbeing (HSCWB) network was created to establish and increase dialogue between the Third Sector in Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend and the Swansea Bay University (SBUHB) Health Board.

The vision is to improve the health and wellbeing outcomes for people living in the SBU Health Board area; reducing health inequalities, promoting social wellbeing within communities, preventing ill-health, aiding recovery and independence.

The Network meets four times a year and is supported by the Health, Social Care & Wellbeing Facilitators based at Neath Port Talbot Council for Voluntary Service (NPTCVS), Swansea Council for Voluntary Service (SCVS) and Bridgend Association for Voluntary Organisations (BAVO).

Role and Purpose

  • Work in close partnership with the Health Board, Stakeholder Reference Group and the Commissioning Boards to encourage and reflect the diversity of the locality and where appropriate support positive action and representation of patients, carers and service users.
  • Provide an environment and support for the exchange of information, and ideas between Third Sector organisations in the SBUHB area.
  • Provide opportunities for partners working in the health and social care field to access third sector feedback on issues and new projects and initiatives.
  • Promote opportunities for patient and citizen engagement, participation and involvement.
  • Provide updates and feedback for the Health Board Non Officer Member, Third Sector in order for them to reflect the views of the sector at Board meetings.

If you are a Third Sector Organisation and have an interest in Health, Social Care and Wellbeing and would like to learn more about the Regional Network or add your name to the mailing list, please email: [email protected] providing:

  • Your Name
  • Organisation
  • Postal Address
  • Email
  • Phone Number

Alternatively, contact the SCVS Health Social Care and Wellbeing Facilitator Amy Meredith-Davies (Mon-Weds) on 01792 544028 / [email protected]

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