Health and Wellbeing

Hertfordshire County Council's Public Health team have been working with us to fund a number of projects which aim to improve our residents' health and wellbeing. The list below details the projects, which are delivered by local businesses, groups and charities in the community. All initiatives are free to take part in and all advice services are confidential.

For enquiries, please email alex.care@dacorum.gov.uk  or call 01442 228436.

Please note: exact date and time of activities in the list can be confirmed direct with the main delivery organisation.

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Health and Wellbeing projects 2018 - 2019

  • Assist

    Delivered by Dacorum Community Trust

    Support for individuals, families, organisations at times of crises, providing face-to-face and financial support to improve their overall lifestyle. Starting with an assessment, you will be fully supported and receive guidance on how to sustain a good level of wellbeing.

  • Community Outreach

    Delivered by Citizens Advice Dacorum

    This advice service is open to everyone in the community. Advisors are trained on a variety of topics including benefits, employment, housing, education, health and family issues.

    For more information, please visit the Citizens Advice Dacorum website.

  • Exercise Referral Scheme

    Delivered by Everyone Active

    Support for Everyone Active to ensure successful delivery of the Hertfordshire Exercise Referral Scheme in Dacorum. This 12-week exercise scheme is offered to residents if they meet certain criteria - for example, if they are inactive or have an unhealthy Body Mass Index / blood pressure levels. For more information, please email jamessexton@everyoneactive.com  or call 01442 507107.

  • Housing Tenancy and Wellbeing

    Targeted support for council and private housing tenants who are vulnerable and in high need of additional assistance through face-to-face engagement to ensure they sustain a successful tenancy and good level of wellbeing. Trained staff can support, where required, on health and wellbeing, debt and money advice, employment and training, home and repairs. Contact your housing officer for more information.