The PHRC is a health promotion library that offers support to anyone in Leeds with an interest or responsibility in public health and promoting health and wellbeing.
Health and wellbeing is important to us and we aspire to be the hub of knowledge and resources for those who live and work in Leeds.
Their website can also be used as a tool in supporting your health and wellbeing work. Please visit www.leeds.gov.uk/phrc for information on: -
- Public health topics, campaigns, and training
- New resources
- Models and equipment
- Ordering leaflets and posters
Some of their most popular topic areas covered by PHRC, but not limited to are:
- Mental Health
- Healthy Eating
- Sexual Health education and Puberty
- Substance misuse
- Child Sexual Exploitation and Child Protection issues
They can also be found on Twitter and Facebook. Follow @PHRCLeeds, and ‘Like’ us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PHRCLeeds to be the first to hear about current news from the PHRC, our events, campaigns and more.
They aim to provide you with the best possible service. Please contact them if you have any queries, comments or suggestions. You can do this by telephone, email or by visiting https://secured.leeds.gov.uk/Pages/YourViews.aspx
For more information on the Public Health Resource Centre please contact the team on 0113 22 43174 or drop in for a visit to see what they're all about!
Alternatively, you can contact the PHRC to request a member of staff provide you with a group booking induction involving a minimum of 5 colleagues, either at the PHRC or at your place of work.