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Living well - working age adults | JSNA themes | Birmingham City Council

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Living well - working age adults

The vision in Birmingham is to enable all of the people to grow, live and thrive; safely and well. This section provides intelligence relating to adults in the city including mental health, vulnerable people, domestic abuse and homelessness.

Adults Social Care

Domestic Abuse


Learning Disability



  • Migrant health in the West Midlands
    PHE report demonstrating the changing profile of migrant population of the West Midlands and the impact of healthcare and public health services, 2017
  • Migrant Health Needs Assessment
    An assessment of the demographics and health needs of migrant communities in Birmingham carried out by Doctors of the World, September 2017



  • West Midlands Violence Prevention Alliance conference 2017
    Presentations from the public health focused event including Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP), Injury Surveillance Programme, Redthread Youth Violence Intervention Programme, Identification and Referral to Improve Safety (IRIS), July 2017

Mental health and wellbeing

Mental health problems affect 1 in 4 people and include depression, anxiety disorder, dementia and severe mental illness. The resources in this section are provided to enable commissioning, planning and providing services locally.