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Have you considered the Pharmacy First Scheme?

The Pharmacy First scheme that allows the free supply of medicines, to island residents, by your pharmacist to treat most minor ailments.

This means you can get expert advice and treatment for most minor ailment conditions without the need to see a GP. All consultations are private and the medicine supply is free to those who are eligible for free prescriptions.

For more information please click Pharmacy First


Help Through Crisis

Help Through Crisis aims to provide a comprehensive crisis resolution service for Island residents who are in genuine hardship, which cannot be met through other means, so that they are able to access the support they need, financial or otherwise, quickly and effectively.

For more information please click the following link

Announcing a new online mental health support service for young people on the Isle of Wight.

Young people who are feeling down, anxious, stressed, confused or going through a tough time can now access free, anonymous 24/7 support from Big White Wall. It’s free for those aged 16-24 and living on the Isle of Wight.

Big White Wall provides safe, anonymous online support to help people take control and feel better. Members can share experiences in confidence, express themselves in words and images, and access a library of self-care resources, including clinical tests, tips and guided group programmes. Trained counsellors are online at all times to keep members safe and provide extra support.


Young people aged 16-24 and living on the Isle of Wight can access this 24/7 support by entering their postcode at



The MenACWY vaccine provides important protection, and all teenagers born between September 1 1998 and August 31 1999 are advised to arrange vaccination now with their GP.

In addition, anyone born on or after September 1 1996 who missed their routine school vaccination in school years 9 and 10 or the catch-up MenACWY vaccination can get the vaccine from their GP up to their 25th birthday.


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