We coordinate local health and wellbeing services and information for people who live in Barnet. This is a joined up public health service with Harrow Council.
Contact us on email@example.com to discuss:
- Sexual health
- Child obesity
- Stop smoking
- Mental health promotion, mental illness prevention, suicide prevention
- Drug misuse and alcohol misuse
Making Every Contact Count
Barnet is running free Making Every Contact Count training for frontline staff and volunteers to help them support the health and wellbeing of residents. Find out more about the training and access useful resources on topics relating to health and wellbeing.
NHS North Central London Sustainability and Transformation Plan
The NHS in the north central London area – which represents Camden, Haringey, Islington, Barnet and Enfield – has submitted a draft Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) to NHS England. This has been developed by a host of NHS organisations with the support of officials from the area’s local authorities to propose changes to the way services are delivered, to make them more effective and efficient.
One You is all about helping YOU to make those choices that can help you live a happier and healthier life. One You is here to help you get back to a healthier you. Find out what Barnet can offer YOU.
Barnet Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
Barnet’s Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is the evidence base for understanding current and future population-level need in Barnet. Designed to inform joined-up, evidence-based decision making and commissioning by the council, Barnet CCG, the Barnet Health and Wellbeing Board, voluntary groups, and providers.
Free child obesity intervention training
Designed to assist health professionals and others working with children to raise the issue of weight with children, young people and parents who are overweight and to provide an effective brief intervention.
Provided by Weight Management Centre. Download the brief intervention course outline (PDF), telephone 020 8417 0078, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated Jan 2017