How we can help
Our well-being centres provide a relaxed and friendly base, where we offer help to all who need it by delivering a range of services to support people with mental health problems. This could range from aiding people in their recovery from a serious mental health issue to providing advice, services and information to those wishing to keep themselves mentally well and prevent the onset of a mental health condition.
The services we offer are tailored to each individual and we provide care and support to help increase self-esteem, manage mental distress and promote self-management. We have a wide range of opportunities and resources available to help people achieve their goals through their journey. This includes access to group activities (both social and therapeutic), 1-1 sessions with well-being practitioners as well as peer support. We encourage the involvement of peer workers and volunteers at our centres.
Using the recovery model, we strive to support people to develop positive relationships, become less socially isolated, gain (and retain) paid employment, live in settled accommodation and make a positive contribution to the communities they live in.
How to access our well-being services
- if you have a mental health diagnosis and are in contact with the Community Mental Health Team or your GP, you can ask them to refer you
- if you don’t have a diagnosis, you can see your GP for a referral
- you can refer yourself by phoning us, by coming in to your local well-being centre or by completing the self-referral form
Where to find your local well-being centre
You can visit, call or email your local well-being centre if you would like to know more about the support we offer.