Health Trainers reach out to people who are in circumstances that put them at a greater risk of poor health.
They work with people to assess their health and lifestyle risks, helping them to build their motivation to change. They facilitate behavioural change and provide motivation and practical support to individuals.
How can Health Trainers help? Trainers can help with:
- Healthy Eating
- Stress / anxiety reduction
- Improving confidence
- Giving up smoking
- Reducing drug / alcohol consumption
- Safer sex guidance
Health Trainers will:
Plan a programme to suit the individual’s needs
Help them to stay on track
Meet at a convinient time and location for you
If you know someone who wants to improve their lifestyle then a NHS Health trainer may be able to help. The free service is available to anyone over the age of 16 years.
How can I get involved?
Each district has a local coordinator who can talk to you about whether this is the right service for you.
Boston – 01205 315 926
City of Lincoln – 01522 873 581
East Lindsey – 01507 613 458
North Kesteven – 07798 925 860
South Holland – 01775 718 008
South Kesteven – 01476 592 398
West Lindsey – 01427 675 188