There is a wealth of benefits for your health and wellbeing by taking part and signing up to Dry January.
Pregnant women and parents in Croydon can now more easily access their child’s health records with the new online e-Redbook.
Residents over 16 years old can get one-to-one support from Croydon Live Well advisers during a focused 12-week stop smoking programme.
Share your stories of kindness to show how you are helping others and looking after your own mental health and wellbeing.
Contact your GP as normally or call NHS 111 if you have urgent care needs, call 999 in an emergency and also go to hospital and attend appointments if you are told you should.
There is a range of advice and support on our website to help residents to keep healthy and mentally and physically well during the covid-19 lockdown and beyond.
Positive changes towards long-term goals like quitting smoking, losing weight, doing more exercise and drinking less alcohol can begin immediately in 2020 by visiting Croydon Council’s health website.
Special comedy night fundraiser and community day in support of World Mental Health Day.
The Stoptober campaign is back this October helping even more residents split up from their relationship with smoking.