Please help yourself to a range of self help guides below.
Get in the know
Get in the know is a new campaign created by NHS Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland to support you to get the right care as quickly as possible when you are unwell or injured. Here you can learn more about the campaign and the various services that can support you.
Couch to 5K
Couch to 5K is a running plan for absolute beginners. It was developed by a new runner, Josh Clark, who wanted to help his 50-something mum get off the couch and start running, too. The plan involves 3 runs a week, with a day of rest in between, and a different schedule for each of the 9 weeks.
NHS Smokefree App
The Smokefree app can help you stop smoking by giving daily support and motivation.
find a pharmacy
If you are feeling under the weather, you can seek expert advice from your local Pharmacy.
You can find your nearest Pharmacy by following the link below.
Children’s Healthier Eating Toolkit
This toolkit contains ten different activities to help you support your family to make positive changes to their diet, with a particular focus on making healthier swaps. Activities are easy to run with children aged 4-11, with some activities suitable for children as young as 2, and require minimal preparation and no expert knowledge.
Depression and anxiety self-assessment quiz
Breathing exercises for stress
Active Hinckley & Bosworth
Early Cancer Diagnosis
Don’t let the thought of cancer play on your mind. If something in your body doesn’t feel right, talk to your GP.
Hinckley Crisis Café
Are you struggling with your Mental Health? Support is available through our Crisis Café drop in service.
Healthy Start is a government scheme which provides pregnant women and parents/carers of children up to 4 years on a low-income access to fruit, vegetables, pulses, milk and free vitamins
Join thousands of people that are quitting this stoptober.
Holistic Health Directory
Helping you to find a therapist.
My Self Referral
Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. We are here to help young people under the age of 18.
These videos have been created to help people understand their kidneys better, how to keep them healthy and what medicines can help their kidneys. They also explain what happens when people’s kidneys don’t very well and they have a condition called chronic kidney disease.
Our Social Prescribing Link Workers have arranged a wellbeing social space for you to build networks and friendship to help improve your overall wellbeing. please check the events page for more details.
Op Community is a telephone line for the armed forces community (including veterans, reservists, serving personnel, families and the wider armed forces community) to offer support and guidance around navigating NHS services and advice regarding other services that can support with issues.
Call the support line on: 0116 225 6858.
The line is open Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm, excluding public holidays.
If you are worried about Cancer, speak to your GP.
Sleepio is a website or app that helps you to identify your sleep problems. Its a free resource.
Are you a carer in Leicestershire looking to be more active?