Public Health Small Grant – Tier 2 Weight Management Service for Men

North Tyneside Council is seeking to award a grant for a programme of work across the borough to a single provider, focusing on the design and delivery of an evidence-based and accessible Tier 2 weight management service for men.

The service will offer a diverse and wide range of elements proven to be effective in supporting weight management. This should include but not be limited to:

  • a focus on dietary intake and behaviour change (this should be developed by a multi-disciplinary team and include a focus on portion control and reducing the intake of processed foods)
  • information on the beneficial effects of physical exercise in a weight loss program and opportunities to participate
  • a focus on lifestyle changes across the life course

The budget for the project is £20,000 per annum. Funding for year 2 will be agreed between October and December 2024 if the Public Health team is satisfied with performance and outcomes being delivered by the provider.

The closing date for submissions is 7 June.

Find out more and apply on the North Tyneside Council website.


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