Wellbeing Services

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The Social Prescriber works with anyone who feels they need some extra support to improve their emotional health and wellbeing.

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At the Craft Room, you can take part in a range of activities from textile work, felt making, paper crafts, woodcrafts & creative writing!

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Health Trainers are people from the community who are trained to help people achieve their health goals.

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This drop in is for people who need free, independent, impartial, confidential and reliable advice around a range of areas from benefits, Universal Credit, tax credits, debt, housing and homelessness and employment rights.

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This is an after-school club for young refugee and asylum-seekers that would benefit from a safe and friendly space to be supported with their schoolwork.

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Whether you are a newcomer or an experienced woodworker you will be able to develop new skills in a safe and supportive environment.

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A great place for parents and children to make new friends and share their experiences.

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Not being able to speak English well prevents refugees and migrants from getting a job and from moving on in life. We want to improve this situation.

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This course is designed for people coping with illness (physical or mental), disability or injury & will cover a wide variety of areas.

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This is a safe place for those currently struggling with addictive behaviours to meet and socialise.

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A service user led, self-help mutual aid group providing advice, support and information.

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