Chichester District residents can access a range of free online and telephone support from Chichester Wellbeing to improve their health and wellbeing over the festive season and throughout the year.
Chichester Wellbeing offers a range of services and support including: mental wellbeing, work life balance, healthy eating, exercise, menopause, smoking cessation, alcohol awareness, pre-diabetes, home energy and many more.
Adults living and/or working in Chichester district are able to work on a one-to-one basis with a specialist wellbeing advisor to make small changes to their lifestyle, in order to experience a big difference to their health and wellbeing. Through setting achievable and personalised goals, it is possible to make lasting, long-term changes. The information provided aims to support and motivate people to lead a healthy lifestyle which can also include helping people to access other local services which may benefit them.
“Christmas can be a difficult time and especially on top of what has been an incredibly challenging year,” says Councillor Roy Briscoe, Cabinet Member for Community Services and Culture at Chichester District Council. “We know that lots of people need support and we can offer that in the form of Chichester Wellbeing.
“This year has shown us all the importance of our health and wellbeing and the dedicated team at Chichester Wellbeing are here to help you in making changes to ensure that 2021 can be your healthiest year yet. It’s much easier to meet goals when you have dedicated support in place and so I would encourage you to get in touch to find out more.”
People can find out more information and make an appointment with Chichester Wellbeing by calling 01243 521041 or emailing email@example.com