Hampshire prepares for public health cuts

By Martin Ford | 10 August 2021

Hampshire CC has called for a new model for council funding as it prepares for cuts of almost £7m to its public health budget.

Consultation has ended on the council’s proposals to save £6.8m through cuts to substance misuse treatment, Smokefree Hampshire, sexual health, and public health nursing including health visiting and school nursing.

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