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    The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation Health & Wellbeing department was established in November 2010 and works in close partnership with Haringey NHS Public Health. 

    Our work is guided and driven by the Haringey Health & Wellbeing Strategy 2012-2015 focusing on:
    - Giving every child the best start in life
    - Reducing the gap in life expectancy in Haringey
    - Improving mental health and wellbeing

    In addition to developing stand alone health programmes, the Health & Wellbeing Department weaves the health element to Foundation's other programmes and supports local agencies relating to health. 

    CYCLEFUN:cyclefun small

    The objective of the cycleFUN Programme is to increase cycling levels within specific Haringey target groups by removing barriers to cycling. By providing access to bikes and coaching, we hope to inspire Haringey residents to get back on a bike or learn to ride from scratch.

    Read more on the cycleFun project 

    COMMUNITY NHS HEALTH CHECKS:nhs-health-checks

    We are bringing Health Checks to the community which are promoted, organised ans assisted by our Health Champions who have been recruited from the local community.

    Read more on the Community NHS Health Checks 

    be clear on cancer
    We, together with Arsenal in the Community, have come together to support the local implementation of the national Be Clear on Cancer health initiative, which aims to raise awareness of the symptoms of bowel cancer and the importance of early diagnosis.

    Read more on the Be Clear on Cancer - Bowel Cancer Awareness project

    guys and goals

    Through this specific Men’s Health Programme, we target men from deprived communities in Haringey and Enfield. The programme takes place two days a week over a ten week period.

    Read more on the Guys & Goals project


    A seven week programme improving 50+ men’s Internet and IT skills. This starts from basic mouse and keyboard skills to setting up email and communicating via Skype.

    Read more on the iMEN50+ project