Find wellbeing support on the Portsmouth Wellbeing Service website

Portsmouth Wellbeing Service supports Portsmouth residents to quit smoking, achieve a healthy weight through eating well and moving more, and to drink less alcohol.

The Wellbeing Service operates from venues across Portsmouth and is a free service, offering telephone support or face to face support via one-to-one appointments, group sessions and clinics. The focus of the Wellbeing Service is on education and achievable goals, which can enable long-term change.

Tackling unhealthy behaviours can have a real impact on someone’s life, helping to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, liver disease, respiratory disease and heart disease, and enabling them to live a healthier, more fulfilled life, for longer.

If you are a Portsmouth resident, you can self-refer on the Wellbeing Portsmouth website. For any other enquiries, please contact us directly on 023 9229 4001. Your GP can also refer you.

A Wellbeing Practitioner will ask you some questions about your health, lifestyle and the changes you are looking to make over the phone. If the service is right for you, they will make an appointment with a Wellbeing Practitioner or will provide details of a session at a suitable venue for you.

You can also find plenty of help and advice online on the Wellbeing Portsmouth website.