Health Wall

As part of our ongoing work to improve the health and wellbeing of staff, we have created a digital ‘Health Wall’ featuring some of the links to organisations that provide expert information and advice for a number of health related issues.

This ‘Health Wall’ is just a small part of a wider transition from an authority that focuses on sickness absence to one that supports attendance and it is hoped that staff will find this of benefit in supporting their own health and attendance at work.

To add to this wall please email

Care First - Need support or advice?

Care first lifestyle is available free of charge, offering immediate information, answers and advice on a range of workplace and personal issues. All access is confidential.

Visit our care First section for details


Cancer Research UK - Concerned about cancer?

Find out about possible causes, how cancer starts and grows, tests to diagnose it, and general information about cancer treatments.

Bowel Screening Wales - Need to know about bowel screening?

This free NHS test kit could save your life, Complete it at home, get the results within two weeks.


Blood Pressure Uk - Blood pressure problems?

Find out how your blood pressure directly affects your health and why careful measuring with the right equipment is essential for accurate readings.


Want to quit smoking?

Quitting can help you add years to your life. Smokers who quit before age 40 reduce their chance of dying too early from smoking-related diseases by about 90 percent. Those who quit by age 45–54 reduce their chance of dying too early by about two-thirds.


Need help to eat healthy?

Eating a healthy, balanced diet is an important part of maintaining good health, and can help you feel your best. This means eating a wide variety of foods in the right proportions, and consuming the right about of food and drink to achieve and maintain a healthy body weight.


Concerned about your mental health?

Mental health problems are the leading cause of sickness absence in the UK. We have a long history of providing high-quality, transformational mental health research.

ActivateYourLife200.jpgThis free Public Health Wales course is designed to help you improve your mental health and wellbeing. Feeling worried or anxious can have a big impact on your health and for some people life can be particularly difficult.

 he course can help you to take greater control of your actions, so that day-to-day life becomes less distressing and more enjoyable. You will learn practical and effective ways of dealing with thoughts and feelings that may be causing distress.

Do you suffer from Fibromyalgia?

We aim to encourage NHS and other funding sources for new research projects. At present there is very little research being carried out in the UK and sufferers are told there’s no cure.


Are you a victim to domestic violence?

For the last 20 years we have been working with victims of domestic violence, rape, sexual abuse, exploitation and hate crime.
Liz McClure - 07834775112 CCBC’s Independent Domestic Violence Advisor


Arthritis sufferer?

Arthritis steals from millions of people every single day. It can stop you from being intimate, moving freely or just being yourself. Join us and add your name to defy arthritis.


Need support with diabetes?

Join us in fighting for a world where diabetes can do no harm. We’re here to support everyone affected by diabetes.



Taking care of our own mental wellbeing, and that of our loved ones has never been more important. That’s why melo is here to help you to develop new skills that will support you when life is difficult.

Visit the melo website


Endometriosis UK

Find out how to access the support you need if you suffer from endometriosis and how to decrease the impact it has on your life and your family and friends.



Here you can find the latest health information and advice about Coronavirus from the Health Service.



Mindprovide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem, offering a listening service.

Gwent Drug and Alcohol Team 

The Gwent Drug and Alcohol Team offer direct support and intervention for service users and families.