Please see the pages below for information on wellbeing and services available in the local community.
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Please click on the pages below for information and local services available for carers
For help and support for children’s health in the local area please see the pages below
For information and advice on cholesterol management please see the pages below and also the Staying Healthy section
For support and information on counselling and talking therapies please see the resources below. There also further support in the Mental and Emotional Wellbeing section
Helpful advice and local support for dementia and memory problems. For further help please see the Getting Older section
Services available in your area to encourage adults and families to lose weight and lead healthier lives.
Please find pages below full of support and guidance. Please click here to return to the home page
Please contact one of these organisations for help and support if you or someone you know is homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Information about Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). A common condition arising from how the gut works and so it is not really an abnormality or disease.
For help with physical health conditions where persistent fatigue, joint and/or muscle pain are the main problems.
Advice and support for your mental and emotional wellbeing See also → Workplace Stress See also → Counselling and Talking Therapies
How to get help with your money and find out about benefits you may be entitled to.
Advice, information and support for sexual health matters. Find a Local Sexual Health Clinic
If you are looking for ideas and support on staying healthy visit the resources below.
Some great resources for those in their teens to 20s. Including information on mental wellbeing, sexual health, cancer and diabetes in younger people.
Date published: 4th December, 2020
Date last updated: 4th December, 2020