Health and wellbeing
Services and support to help people in Trafford live a healthier life
There are services to help people quit smoking, achieve a healthier weight, be more physically active, better manage drug or alcohol problems, and deal with emotional and mental health problems. This support can be self-help using websites and online tools, telephone help lines and face-to-face meetings.
The national One You website provides motivational support to change to a more healthy lifestyle, including information, advice and apps.
We are responsible for promoting and protecting health and wellbeing in our borough, and we have identified five priorities for Trafford Public Health:
- Reducing the impact of mental illness
- Reducing physical inactivity in the borough
- Reducing the number of people who smoke or use tobacco
- Reducing harm from alcohol
- Improving cancer prevention and screening
Mental health and wellbeing
If you feel you may be struggling with depression, find out what you can do.
If you're worried about your own or a friend or family member's mental health, find out what you can do.
If you're worried about your own or a friend or family member's alcohol intake.
If you think you or someone you know has a drug addiction or is dealing with substance abuse.
Want to stop smoking? Get free local support that really works.
Local domestic abuse support and how to get help.
If you need immediate local support visit the Trafford Domestic Abuse Service.
Gambling support services
Are you worried about gambling? Concerned for yourself or someone you know?
Find out about gambling support services available.
If you’re looking for ideas on how to get more active, find out about local groups and activities.
If you would like support to lose weight, find out more information on the local services that are available in Trafford.
Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA)
The PNA is a report of the present needs for pharmaceutical services. It is used to identify any gaps in current services or improvements that could be made in future pharmaceutical service provision.
Every Health and Wellbeing Board in England has a statutory responsibility to publish a PNA, every three years.