Healthy Community

A healthy Tottenham is a priority for both Haringey Council and local residents.  We’re working with communities and residents to help improve your health and wellbeing so that you can take full advantage of the opportunities available to you in Haringey and enjoy a healthy, safe and fulfilling life.

One You

Haringey Council has teamed up with the NHS ‘One You’ initiative; to help local people become healthier. One You Haringey is a free service that will help you to eat well, move more, drink less, sleep better, be smoke free and stress less.

If you want to find out how you can be a healthier you, visit the One You Haringey webpages (external link)

100 Whitehall Street

Recently refurbished, 100 Whitehall Street is a new community hub offering free healthcare services and community activities between Monday and Thursday.

Every Monday between 9am - 4.30pm Midwifes are on hand to offer pre and post antenatal care.

A resident led arts and crafts session is also on offer every Monday between 10am - 12pm.

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, One You Haringey,  will be in the building to offer personalised help, support and advice on how you can be healthier.

For more information on any of the events taking place at 100 Whitehall Street contact us on


Let’s Talk IAPT

Counselling services now at the Grange, 32 White Hart Lane Tottenham London N17 8DP.

IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) offers free and confidential talking therapies to people aged 16 and over. It offers a range of treatments including cognitive behaviour therapy and counselling for depression and a variety of anxiety disorders. IAPT also offer a range of employment support and wellbeing workshops in the community.

Therapy can take place over the phone, face-to-face or online assessments. Interpreters are available on request.

IAPT is every Thursday 9am-5pm appointment only, via referral people or visit the Grange to be referred. Visit their website (external link) to find out more.

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