Health and social care

Health and social care

Involve Yorkshire & Humber champions the work of voluntary and community organisations to improve health, well-being and care. By connecting thousands of voluntary and community organisations with policy makers and decision makers in the NHS, we facilitate partnerships that improve health and reduce health inequalities.

Use the links below to find out about our aims, how we work, our current and recent projects and lots more.

Involve Yorkshire & Humber's health work: an overview

Find out how what we do to help the voluntary and community sector, policy makers and commissioners to improve health, well-being and care.


Find briefings on NHS transition in Yorkshire and Humber, reports of our health events, responses to consultations and more here.

HealthNet YH

We run HealthNet YH, the voluntary and community sector health and social care network for Yorkshire and Humber. Find out more and sign up for our bulletin. More.

Current and recent projects

Hear what we're doing on Healthwatch, the JSNA, our research projects and more. More.


Sign up for our HealthNet YH bulletin and find previous editions. More

The NHS in Yorkshire and Humber

This section of the site gives an overview of the latest news about NHS reform in Yorkshire & the Humber. We are committed to supporting the voluntary and community sector through the transition period. More.

Regional Voices

Involve Yorkshire & Humber's health project is part of Regional Voices, a national project which is a strategic partner to the Department of Health, NHS Commissioning Board and Public Health England to champion the work of voluntary and community organisations to improve health, well-being and care across England. More.

Staff contact

Emma Baylin

Emma Baylin
Development Officer: Health & Networks

0113 394 2311 or 07896 802 072

Email Emma

Follow me on Twitter @HealthNetYH

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Ciara Mullally
Administration and Research Assistant

0113 394 2300

Email Ciara

Follow me on Twitter @involveyh

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“We are already getting phone calls from carers asking if they will lose their homes” @elizmcp1 #CareAct2014
27th April 2015

“The biggest anxiety facing carers for a long time” #CareAct2014 @elizmcp1
24th April 2015

Impacts of The #CareAct2014 on #carers, their families & the #VCS orgs supporting them by @elizmcp1
16th April 2015