Drop in to our new Wellbeing Centre – it’s good to talk

Edition: Winter 2022

Summer 2021 saw us open our brand new pop-up Wellbeing Centre in Horsham Town Centre, in the same year as our wellbeing service is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

Based in Unit 4a in The Forum (in the walkway through to TK Maxx), you can drop in to the Centre to find out about a wide range of health and wellbeing services that we offer, all of them free of charge.

The spacious new centre offers you the opportunity to pop in and sit down and talk about how a few small changes to your health and wellbeing will help you move forward in a positive way.

HDC Chairman Cllr David Skipp, Maddie Dubois, Harry Crayford, Cllr Claire Vickers open Horsham's new Wellbeing Centre

You can find out about:

  • Healthy eating and weight loss
  • Prediabetes
  • Getting active
  • Improving strength and balance
  • Quitting smoking
  • Wellbeing checks (MOTs and NHS Health Checks)
  • Alcohol awareness and reduction
  • Simple steps to improve your mental wellbeing
  • Wellbeing support for workplaces
  • Other local services offering support.

We offer a range of free courses to help you make changes and live life to the full, or you can have a one-to-one appointment with one of our Wellbeing Advisers.

The Centre is staffed Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm. Evening appointments are available.

For more information go to the Horsham District Wellbeing website, email info@horshamdistrictwellbeing.org.uk, or call 01403 215111.

NHS Health Checks now available

Are you aged between 40-74 years old? For the first time our team can now offer free NHS Health Checks.

An NHS Health Check is designed to spot early signs of stroke, kidney disease, heart disease, type 2 diabetes or dementia and is available to 40 to 74 year olds with no pre-existing conditions.

Once  you’ve had your NHS Health Check, one of our friendly Wellbeing Advisors will discuss your results and be on hand with advice and support should you need it.

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