The role of the public health team is to involve everyone in improving the health and wellbeing of all people in Croydon. Read more and view the Annual Public Health Report.
The health and safety of everyone in Croydon is our biggest priority. The council is acting on the advice from Public Health England and working closely with colleagues in the NHS to support the national effort to combat and contain the coronavirus.
Croydon’s new healthy lifestyle service, with free information, tips, advice and support on the JustBe Croydon website.
Growing food, learning to cook healthier food, and understanding the importance of a balanced, nutritious diet in preventing obesity are the principal aims of Croydon becoming a Food Flagship Borough
Free, confidential face-to-face and online therapy.
FREE adult and child weight management services in Croydon.
The Heart Towns initiative aims to mobilise communities across Britain to both help prevent and fight Britain’s biggest killer, circulatory and heart disease.
Information and health advice about drugs, alcohol and smoking
Information and advice on sexual health issues including HIV/AIDS
About the new 'One You' campaign, launched by Public Health England. Encouraging everyone to try and make small changes to their lifestyle, to improve their health.
Information on Dementia services available in Croydon.
Find out how we are helping pharmacies in Croydon to better meet the needs of their local communities.
Did you know that you can have a free NHS health check if you live in Croydon and are registered with a doctor's surgery in Croydon?
Croydon has a successful Healthy Schools Programme, which supports pupils to make healthy food choices and be more active.
Eat Well Croydon is a voluntary scheme for food outlets in Croydon encouraging them to develop healthier practices.
Information and guidance on preparing for heatwave weather conditions