Public Health and Wellbeing
The Woolwich Centre
35 Wellington Street
Office hours Monday-Friday 9am-5pm Call 0800 587 5833 (free from a landline).
If you’re under 24 years old and live in Greenwich, there’s loads of information, advice and support specifically for you:
Young Greenwich has plenty of activities, events and services available for young people, and most of them are free too! Not only do they help you meet new people, but can also support you with issues such as careers and employment, drugs and alcohol, sex and relationships, bullying, domestic violence or your mental wellbeing.
If you’re looking for information or advice on sexual health or contraception, then Greenwich Sexual Health has everything you need to know, with friendly walk-in services available around the borough and free contraception too.
If you’re under 24 and smoke, we all know that quitting is one of the hardest things you’ll have to do. But the Greenwich Stop Smoking team have specialist advisors who understand the specific challenges young people face in relation to smoking.
If you’re over 65 years old and live in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, then there is lots of information, advice and support aimed especially for you.
Active for Health offers dedicated exercise sessions for people aged 50+ all around the borough, giving you a chance to not only feel healthier but also to meet new people as well.
The Strong and Steady programme is specifically for people over the age of 65 who have recently fallen or who have concerns with their balance.
Dementia Friends is a national campaign which aims to raise the awareness of the condition Dementia, which mainly affects people over the age of 65.