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The leaders of the seven local councils, the North of Tyne Mayor and Northumbria's Police and Crime Commissioner encourage people to work together to move out of Tier 3 as quickly and as safely as possible.

LGBT+ health consultation

We wanted to help improve the physical, mental and social wellbeing of people in County Durham. This consultation asked for feedback from our LGBT+ communities on how we can do that.

Contact us for information about the results of the consultation.


We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of communities in County Durham. We do this directly by offering services, by commissioning services from other organisations, and by working with our health and other partners, including pharmacies, GPs and emergency services.

We want to know what's working, and what's not working for our LGBT+ communities, and make sure that we get the right services to the right people.

LGBT+ communities refers to people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.  More recently, the + has been added to be inclusive of all identities including people who identify as non-binary, questioning, intersex and asexual.

Have your say

The closing date for comments was Monday 21 January 2019.

What happens next?

The results will be used to identify actions Public Health or other partners can take to improve the wellbeing of people who identify as LGBT+.  Recommendations could, for example, involve specific changes to make services more LGBT+ friendly or suggestions for future commissioning of LGBT+ services.

Contact us
Public Health
03000 264 109
Our address is:
  • County Hall
  • Adult and Health Services
  • Durham
  • County Durham
  • United Kingdom
  • DH1 5UJ
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