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Drug & Alcohol Support

There are a large range of both legal and illegal substances that can cause you harm in one way or another. Some are physically addictive, some are psychologically addictive, but all are dangerous. 'Substance misuse' includes the use of…

Eat Well

Being a healthy weight means you're at less risk of developing preventable diseases such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Whether you're trying to lose weight, get in shape or just live a healthier life, eating well has lots of…

Embrace Wolverhampton

Embrace provides free and confidential sexual health services across Wolverhampton.This includes all types of contraception, testing, treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs),sexual health information and advice.…
 01902 444444  Please call to book an appointment

Head 4 Health

Head 4 Health is a PLPFA (Premier League & Professional Footballers Association) funded project with additional funding from City of Wolverhampton Council. The project aims to improve mental and physical wellbeing in adults over the…
 01902 828366  Mobile: 07971 900257

Healthy Eating and Pregnancy

What food should I eat in pregnancy? You don't need to spend lots of money, or go on a special diet – you just need a balance of the right types of food. These include: Fruit and vegetables Aim to eat at least 5 portions of fruit and veg a day.…

Healthy Goals - Baby Yoga

The Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation are currently running free Postnatal Yoga sessions for parents to relax, strengthen their muscles and have fun bonding with their babies. The sessions take place every Wednesday mornings at…
 07483 446154

Let's Play Out Wolverhampton

Street play, or ‘playing out’, sessions are short, resident-led road closures to let children play safely and freely outside their own front door. Streets are now doing this all over the UK and it’s having really positive benefits for…

Move More

If you're not as active as you should be you are putting your health and quality of life at risk. To stay healthy or to improve health, you need to do two types of physical activity each week: aerobic and strength exercises. Here you will find…

NHS Health Check

Having a free NHS Heath Check can help you prevent developing: Type 2 diabetes Heart disease Kidney disease Stroke and dementia by spotting any early signs. Aged 40-74? Have you had your FREE NHS Health Check? (It's a bit like a mid-life…

One You Wolverhampton

The lifestyle choices we make can increase our chances of becoming ill in later life. Making small changes now can improve your health right away and double your chances of staying healthy as you get older. Its never to late to start. One You…
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