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South Tees Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) looks at the physical and mental health needs of people living in South Tees (Middlesbrough and Redcar & Cleveland). It helps us to plan and commission local health, wellbeing, and care services which meet our residents' needs.

We know that people's circumstances have an impact on their health and wellbeing. For example, things like housing, poverty, and employment. The JSNA looks at these circumstances, and what effect they have on our residents.

It's a statutory requirement for councils and Integrated Care Boards to produce a JSNA. The South Tees Health and Wellbeing Board has produced this JSNA, on behalf of Middlesbrough Council, North East and North Cumbria Integrated Care Board, and Redcar & Cleveland Council.

South Tees JSNA

Our work is guided by 9 'missions'. Each mission is a response to a significant local challenge.

Partners must work together, innovate, and share resources to help make the large-scale changes needed as part of each mission. The JSNA provides the evidence behind the missions.

Each mission is broken up into a number of goals. Each goal has its own section of the JSNA.

Together, the 21 sections of the JSNA cover the whole life-course, from birth to death.

Start Well

Live Well

Age Well

Unfortunately not all documents are accessible. If you need the information in a different format, please email alistair_stewart@middlesbrough.gov.uk.