Health and wellbeing
From 1 April 2013 the city’s public health directorate formally became part of the council. People will still be able to access health services in the same way. For more information, see our press release on the changes to public health.
The council supports a number of health and wellbeing initiatives, find out more from the links below.
- Have your say on sexual health services in the city
- Get smokefree
- Find out about free health checks for people living and working in Brighton & Hove
- If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide ,find out how you can get help.
- Get information on seasonal flu
- Sexual Health information for young people
- Get information on mental wellbeing
- If you want to make healthy changes like get fit, change eating habits or stop smoking, but are not sure where or how to start our health trainers are here to support and encourage you!
- Read the Public Health Annual Report
For Health Promotion Training courses please visit www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/healthpromotion
Local health services
Local health services are provided by a number of organisations in Brighton & Hove. Go to our local health services web page to find out more and get information on local doctors, dentists, pharmacies and opticians.
The council provide support for people living with a range of health issues. Find out more on our adult social care page.
For more information on local health you can also go to the city's Information Prescriptions pages
For front line workers, we have also put together a Directory of Health and Wellbeing Services commissioned by the council's public health department.