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Healthy lifestyle support - Everyone Health Staffordshire

Workplace Health logoEveryone Health Staffordshire - Healthy Lifestyle Service

Everyone Health Staffordshire offer a free healthy lifestyle service to Staffordshire residents, to help them lose weight, give up smoking and get more active.  They also support people who feel lonely or isolated.  Please note that some restrictions do apply, so please see their website for more information.

Here's some feedback from some of their happy clients:

Joan, 63, from Newcastle, accessed the stop smoking service:

"I had smoked for 42 years.  I wanted to quit because of my health and for my family.  I have now quit for 12 weeks and I feel a lot better in myself.  I'm able to breathe easier and I also have a lot more energy.  I have saved over £300 since I've quit.  I found the Everyone Health service brilliant.  They really helped me a lot, providing regular contact and support, as well as medication.  I'm really happy now I'm a non-smoker".

Wayne, 53, accessed the weight management service:

"The Everyone Health programme has been beneficial, as I have been receiving weekly emails with helpful information that I can access at any time.  The weekly phone call support is also really encouraging, especially in the early part of the course, as it helps get your mind focused to carry on.  I have also really liked the online exercise classes as there has been plenty of variety and I learn new things every week.  I have lost weight and I feel much healthier".


Everyone Health Staffordshire - Healthy Workplace Service

They are also offering a healthy workplace service to some businesses in Staffordshire, to support employees to stay healthy.

They are offering free support to help employees:

  • get more active
  • stop smoking
  • lose weight

All three of these programmes include 1-1 calls with an experienced practitioner, who will support each participant with individual goals, including carrying out initial assessments and a 12 week follow up.

The programmes run with minimal impact on your business, with the flexibility to offer the programme within or outside of your business operating hours. All programmes operate virtually and run for 12 weeks.

Please note: restrictions do apply, so please contact Everyone Health to discuss if your business may be eligible.


lisablatherwick@everyonehealth.co.uk (Deputy Service Manager) or

bethanyalbutt@everyonehealth.co.uk (Service Manager)

Phone: 0333 005 0095  

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