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Health and wellbeing

Keeping healthy and well

Help to stop smoking, cut down on alcohol, stop using drugs, get more active and eat more healthily.

Support if you’re feeling lonely or isolated, for mental health problems, or if you’re depressed, feeling anxious, stressed or suicidal.

Services for sexual health, pregnancy and childbirth.

Help to keep you safe at home. Information about how to prevent falls, an equipment store to buy small pieces of equipment like handrails and a handyperson service to help you fit them. A free home safe and well check from the Fire and Rescue service.

Save money on your energy bills and switch your supplier.

Health conditions

Groups and organisations providing information and support for people with health conditions, including cancer, stroke, heart conditions, dementia and diabetes.

We have an excellent cancer advice page produced by the Cancer Support Centre to help you find all the information, advice and support you need if you or someone you care for has cancer.

Disability support

Support groups and services for:


Keeping well activities including health walks, chairobics, weight management, courses to build self-esteem, community growing and cooking.

Get fit and active with Health Trainers and Health Champions.

Sport and leisure activities to keep you healthy and help your mental wellbeing.

Ageing well clubs, groups and services include: social and friendship clubs, University of the Third Age, keep fit activities, drinking wise, age well, Age UK Sheffield.

Age Better in Sheffield helping to reduce isolation and loneliness in Sheffield, get involved!

Services and advice

Health and wellbeing services and health advice about healthy eating, keeping fit and active, stopping smoking.

Get involved and have your say

“Involve me” is a great way you can get more involved in local NHS health services, so you can have your say on commissioning decisions for the benefit of Sheffield people.

Healthwatch is your local consumer watchdog for health and social care services. Contact Healthwatch about your experiences of using doctors, dentists, opticians, chemists, hospitals, care homes and other NHS funded services.  

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