Wellbeing for Warwickshire will be providing telephone support (responding to voicemails and emails received) over the Easter weekend as follows:
Friday 10 April 8.30am-8pm
Saturday 11 April 10am-12 noon
Monday 13 April 9am-5pm
For those times when you are struggling to cope, getting the help you need starts with a chat. Why not talk to us?
Wellbeing Hubs provide low level/early support services aiming to enhance the mental health and wellbeing of individuals aged 16 years and above, and supports people with on-going mental health issues living in Warwickshire.
Wellbeing for Warwickshire staff promote the Five Ways to Wellbeing, a Public Health Warwickshire campaign.
The Five Ways to Wellbeing are a set of evidence based actions which promote peoples’ wellbeing. These are:
- Be active
- Take notice
- Keep learning
One to one
One to one support is for anyone experiencing a time of increased emotional distress and have the need for support to help identify & address the causes of the distress. This is offered in different ways: Pathfinder offers sessions that help to learn how to problem solve, learn new self-help techniques, develop an action plan and practise and reflect. While GROW is a higher level of support assisting the personal Journey of mental ill health and encourages people to build on their resilience, identify their goals, interests, and aspirations, exploring options to move forward and to enjoy personal growth.
Peer Led Drop-ins
The peer led drop-in groups encourage individuals to foster networks of support, grow confidence, motivate, develop new strategies, skills and knowledge to build resilience, and partake in activities that are both mentally and physically stimulating. These are supported by trained volunteers and peer leaders with lived experience of mental health issues.
The walk in’s offer information & signposting at a relaxed, informal environment where individuals can drop-in to pick up information materials, have a one off 20 minute session or access information relevant to the individuals needs.
These are part of our peer led drop-ins, walk-ins and outreach, and will be tailored to the needs of the community. They offer groups of up to 15 people in our local communities including carers and those at risk of developing and with mental ill health and/or low mental wellbeing the opportunity to take part and learn more ways to manage their own mental and physical wellbeing. These workshops focus on the 5 Ways to Wellbeing.
Parent to Parent Drop In
We believe parents deserve good Mental Wellbeing. A drop-in has been formed to help parents achieve this through Peer Support.
• Connect with other parents who need to talk to someone understanding and have been through a similar journey.
• Improve mental wellbeing and resilience.
• Support parents to access information and understand information received.
• Support to discuss child mental health issues.
• Reduce isolation.
Come and join in or just drop by for a cuppa and get to know us better!
Wednesdays 10.30pm to 1pm at Springfield Mind, 48 Cygnet Court, Timothy’s Bridge Road, Stratford Upon Avon CV37 9NW
For more information Click Here
The 7 Hubs throughout Warwickshire provide free support, for more information Click Here.
To make an appointment? Click Here or Phone on 02477 712288.