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People Keeping Well / Health and Well-Being

Woodhouse and District Community Forum has the experience of delivering a programme of health and well-being activities for over 10 years. We focus on all areas of health and well-being, such as: emotional, physical and mental.

We have an excellent reputation for delivery, achievements and results, including: Volunteering, Health Trainer Service, Healthy Activities, Woodhouse Community Library and Community Garden Project (a list of all our activities can be found on our activities page).

We are the lead partner for the People Keeping Well initiative, which, when using support and prevention activities, allows people to live well in their own homes.

There are a broad range of partners from our People Keeping Well Partnership, who offer a wide variety of services and support to local people.

Some of our partners are listed below. Please visit the links to find the right service or support for you:

You can refer into our activities, through: your nurse, GP or Community Support Worker. For self-referral, please download the referral form below and return it to either: or

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Referral Form (MS Word Format) - Click here to download.
Referral Form (PDF) - Click here to download.

Below are some useful Links.
Our team are dedicated to your continued good health and approach your care with professionalism, discretion and friendliness. You can count on a warm welcome from everyone involved here at the practice.
To promote good health and wellbeing whatever your medical condition.
The team at Charnock Health are dedicated to providing high quality family NHS medical care for our local community.
At Hackenthorpe surgery the doctors and nurses take pride in offering the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.
Details of all library services in Sheffield.
We are a charitable housing association that owns and manages more than 18,000 homes across Yorkshire. We also provide a range of services so that people can live independently.
Helping people in Sheffield make healthier choices about alcohol as they age.
Trading Standards provide a range of advice and services to businesses to help them comply with the law.
A safe and friendly gym environment for all impaired individuals and clients wishing to contribute to their health and well-being.
Woodhouse Health Centre: NHS GP Surgery, Sheffield Welcome to the Woodhouse Health Centre. Our team aims to provide healthcare with courtesy care and efficiency within Sheffield.
Sheffield Churches Council for Community Care (SCCCC) is a local charity that co-ordinates a broad range of services largely provided by its city-wide team of volunteers.
We continue to raise awareness of dementia, reducing stigma associated with that first diagnosis. Having extended our purpose to develop opportunities for people with dementia, to take part in community based activities.
We provide a wide range of specialist health and social care services to improve the mental, physical and social wellbeing of the people living in our communities.

Please check out our What, when and where sheet by clicking here also Upcoming events and further information can be found on our Activities / Events / Training page and our Facebook page @mywoodhouse Woodhouse and District Community Forum (facebook link at the bottom of the page).


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About the forum
History of Woodhouse
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People Keeping Well / Health and Well-Being
Community Garden Project
Partners Page
Woodhouse Library
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Our Contact Details

Woodhouse and District Community Forum
2 Goathland Place
S13 7TE

Phone: 0114 2690222

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