The Essex Wellbeing Service

We support people in the community and at work with a range of health, wellbeing and day to day needs. We help people access information and support to stay healthy, safe and well from help to quit smoking, to supporting families adapt to 'new normal'.

We also coordinate requests and referrals for everyday tasks and connect them to our volunteers.

The Service is commissioned by Essex County Council and delivered by Provide CIC in partnership with Priority Digital Health.

Lifestyle Services

Help to quit smoking, reduce alcohol consumption, lose weight, get more active and more

Workplace Health

Supporting businesses across Essex with health promotion advice and practical support

Neighourhood Support

Recruiting and connecting volunteers with residents needing support with everyday tasks

Live Well, Link Well

Practical, emotional and social care support and signposting for parents and families in Essex

One Stop Shop for Wellbeing Support in Essex

The Essex Wellbeing Service supports adults, employees, parents and families in Essex to live healthy and socially connected lives. With practical, emotional, health and wellbeing advice, support and signposting we help Essex residents to lead their best possible life. We are pleased to include the services previously delivered by the Essex Lifestyle Service, which allows us to increase the support we can offer. 


Simply fill out our assessment, give us a call or email us to learn more about how we can help you today.

Working Well Programmes for employers across Essex

Whilst social distancing and other safeguarding measures remain, life is moving into a 'new normal' at work as well as at home.  We understand that supporting your workforce to remain safe, fit and healthy has become more challenging, which is why our Working Well Programmes and our Covid Recovery Toolkit are designed to support you every step of the way, whatever the size of your business. Get in touch or take our online Workplace Health Check today.

Find out more

Better understanding of your health needs
Access to free support and advice
Access to trained Lifestyle Coaches
Simple online booking options based on your needs
Access to a personalised health plan
Avoid GP wait times for appointments
Assessment is accessible 24/7
Easy to use and navigate
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