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Workplace Health & Support

Wherever you live or work, Active Sussex can help you and your colleagues improve your health and wellbeing at work.

Use this page to easily locate support for managing stress in or out of work, stopping smoking, losing weight, healthy eating and many more health related issues.


Aimed at people with a remit for, or an interest in, health at their workplace. Learn how to get the most from the Workplace Challenge, the British Heart Foundation Health at Work programme and apply to your workplace!

Whether you're a health coordinator, HR officer, volunteer champion or a general manager, the Workplace Challenge Champion training will give you the skills, confidence and resources to promote better health and increase participation in sport and physical activity in your organisation.

Contact lcarter@activesussex.org to register your interest


Brighton & Hove City Council supports a number of health and wellbeing initiatives. Click here to locate the support you need.

The Public Health team at Brighton & Hove City Council and partner agencies are supporting this year's Stoptober campaign and would like YOU – local businesses and employers - to help spread the word among your colleagues and employees.

Brighton & Hove Quit Club builds on the concept of "social quitting" by encouraging local residents to "Pledge" to quit smoking with their loved ones, friends and colleagues.

Download a fantastic bank of resources to help you here.

East Sussex County Council have a wide range of resources for you to help encourage people to adopt a healthy lifestyle. The East Sussex Health Promotion Resources can be found here.

West Sussex Wellbeing is a friendly and impartial service which comes from your local authority and other partners. To obtain advice and support, follow this link.


Health at Work is BHF's programme to inspire and support health and wellbeing in the workplace, and thousands of employers have already signed up. Sickness absence costs UK businesses £14billion a year, so a healthy workforce makes good business sense.