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Health and Well Being

The first Spelthorne Health and Wellbeing Strategy was adopted by Spelthorne Council in 2016. The priorities are:

  • a borough where health inequalities are reducing among young and old
  • developing a preventative approach
  • improve emotional and mental wellbeing
  • safeguarding

The Spelthorne Health and Wellbeing Group aims to improve the Health and Wellbeing in Spelthorne. The multi-agency group discusses and determines the Health and Wellbeing priorities for Spelthorne with targets and performance reviews outlined in the Spelthorne Health and Wellbeing Strategy. The group raises awareness and communicates Health and Wellbeing information in Spelthorne. It also responds and addresses upcoming local issues. Membership includes various departments from Spelthorne Council, North West Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group, Action for Carers, Voluntary Support North Surrey and Catalyst.

Action Surrey

Helps homeowners, schools and businesses to reduce energy consumption, water consumption and fuel bills.


Age UK Surrey

Age UK Surrey aims to see a county where older people live a fulfilled, enjoyable and dignified life, free from isolation, poverty, abuse and discrimination. Age UK Surrey offers lots of services for older people and their carers including Help at Home, Information and Advice and Making Connections. For more information, please call 01483 503414 or email


Spelthorne Home Improvement Agency

A small, not-for-profit home improvement agency (HIA) funded and supported by local and central government. We provide an adaptations service to our older or disabled residents living in the Spelthorne area.


Surrey Disabled People's Partnership

An independent organisation run and controlled by disabled people. As such, we are very close to the issues and challenges faced by disabled people, and uniquely placed to provide meaningful and practical support, information and advice.


NHS Choices

Helps put you in charge of your health care.



Catalyst is a non-profit organisation working with people who are dealing with issues stemming from drug and alcohol misuse and mental health - including housing, involvement with criminal justice, relationships with family and friends and getting back into work.


CYP Haven

The CYP Haven is a safe place where young people can talk about worries and mental health in a confidential and friendly, supportive environment.


Drink Coach

All the tools you need to track and change your drinking.


The Welcome Project

Specialist provided of mental health services.


Mediate North Surrey

Neighbours help people explore and resolve issues with their neighbours.


NHS Health Check

Aims to help prevent heart disease, stroke, diabetes, kidney disease and certain types of dementia. Everyone between the ages of 40 and 74, who has not already been diagnosed with one of these conditions or have certain risk factors, will be invited (once every five years) to have a check to assess their risk of heart disease, stroke, kidney disease and diabetes and will be given support and advice to help them reduce or manage that risk.


Healthy Surrey

Information on a variety of health topics including getting active, dental health and sexual health services.


Healthwatch Surrey

An independent organisation that gives people of Surrey a voice to improve and shape services and help them get the best out of health and social care services. Their mission is to improve health and social care services and outcomes for people in Surrey. This is done by being an independent consumer champion ensuring that the voices of people in Surrey reach the ears of the decision makers.


Community Foundation for Surrey

Manages and distributes over 80 charitable funds for individuals, families, groups and companies who want to support their local communities.


Benefits and grants available for older people

This website offers advice on the different types of help the government can offer you.


For further information please visit:

Time to Change
Active lifestyle and healthy living

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