There are many places you can go for health advice and support.

There are 16 Community Wellbeing Programmes across the city covering the neighbourhoods with the poorest health.

Sheffield City Council: Community Wellbeing.

Call: 0114 293 0682.

They provide a range of health activities such as eating on a budget, cook and eat, stop smoking, diabetes support and walking groups. Workers on the programme include:

  • Community Health Champions who support people to eat healthily, be physically active and improve their mental well-being. Some Health Champions work with people experiencing long term conditions such as chronic pain and diabetes.
  • Health Trainers who offer one to one support around changing or leading a healthy lifestyle. 

In your local community there are "People Keeping Well" organisations. They provide a wide range of health advice and support. They also provide a wide range of healthy activities. 

People Keeping Well.

There is a wide range of health advice on the NHS Choices website.

NHS Choices.

This includes a live well section which provides advice about healthy living, including eating a balanced diet, healthy weight, exercise, quitting smoking and drinking less alcohol.

NHS Choices: Livewell.


View all services on the directory that provide health advice and support.

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