The One Powys Plan is a transformational plan agreed by all members of the Powys Local Service Board.
Powys LSB is a partnership between Powys County Council, Powys teaching Health Board, Dyfed Powys Police, and Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations. It aims to improve the way the main public service organisations within Powys work together to tackle challenging issues, ensuring citizens receive better services.
The One Powys Plan presents the county's priorities for improvement and sets out how, through working together, these priorities will be met.
The plan for 2014 - 17 is now available, you can download it here.
One of the priorities for improvement in this One Powys Plan is "Mental health and wellbeing". It states:
Powys citizens will lead fuller and longer lives, be resilient, have good health and be more able to participate and contribute to their communities.
Read more about what people told the LSB about this priority, what they are going to do, what difference they will make and how people will know they have succeeded, in the One Powys Plan, page 14 - 15.
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