Find local support and advice for patients, children, families and carers.
What to do if you have concerns over the safety of a vulnerable adult
Local clinicians and administrators who support your GP in finding the best care available for you.
What to do if your baby or child is ill and how to keep young children healthy
Local support for carers, including breaks for carers and carers’ assessments
Information and local support for children with complex health needs and/or disabilities
Discover more about dementia plus the local support available to you and your family
Local help and support for anyone affected by domestic abuse
Confidential support for those affected by FGM or for anyone who suspects this form of abuse
Where to find healthcare, advice and support for homeless people in Bristol
There is a range of support services if you are feeling depressed, anxious or worried
Learn more about NHS funding for people with significant health needs who require extended care
Find out how NHS continuing healthcare funding works for adults
Children and young people with complex health needs may be eligible for NHS continuing care
Free services for those unable to use regular transport for medical reasons.
Personal health budgets help people with a disability or long term condition manage their care to suit them.
Advice on planning a baby, where to have your baby, breastfeeding and pre or postnatal blues
Update for patients who have applied for a review of NHS continuing healthcare funding
What to do if you have concerns over the safety of a child or young person.
Where to find your nearest clinic and advice on staying healthy and in control
Find out about our local strategy to tackle TB and what services are available to support to you ...
Young People may need continued support from health services once they are 18.
Find health, wellbeing and community support organisations in your local area
Where to find support and advice if you’re stressed, worried or anxious (for under-25s)