Community Health

Community health services deliver accessible NHS healthcare services to adults and children in convenient places close to their homes and, where necessary, in their homes.

Some of the services on offer include health visiting, physiotherapy, district nursing and school nursing and immunisation, speech and language therapy and smoking cessation.

Through assessing, treating, educating and caring for local people, they aim to improve health, enable well-being and enhance the quality of their lives.

The main providers of community healthcare services in Norfolk and Waveney are:

Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust

East Coast Community Healthcare

Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust

Vulnerable Adults Services for the Norwich area are listed below:

  1. Migrant Support Services in English. pdf Poster (31 KB)  | pdf Leaflet (38 KB)
  2. Extra Support Services in English. pdf Poster (31 KB) | pdf Leaflet (39 KB)
  3. Migrant Support Services in Albanian. pdf Leaflet (40 KB)
  4. Migrant Support Services in Arabic. pdf Leaflet (55 KB)
  5. Migrant Support Services in Farsi. pdf Leaflet (53 KB)
  6. Migrant Support Services in Kurdish. pdf Leaflet (56 KB)
  7. Migrant Support Services in Punjabi. pdf Leaflet (54 KB)

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