Wellbeing for Warwickshire support services

For those times when you are struggling to cope, getting the help you need starts with a chat… Why not talk to us?

Wellbeing for Warwickshire provides low level/early intervention support services aimed at enhancing the mental health and wellbeing of people including those with on-going mental health issues living in Warwickshire. The service is available for anyone aged 16 years and over.

Services at our Warwickshire Wellbeing Hubs update December 2021 

Providing face-to-face delivery for most of the year – except for four months, remote delivery of services via telephone, on-line or email, at the request of Commissioners/Public Health

We continue to offer face-to-face delivery *, albeit with infection prevention measures in place, as well as the option of accessing remotely.  In particular we are pleased to let individuals know that our Wellbeing Hubs either have or will have air filtration units which eliminate all covid pathogens, kindly donated by Warwickshire County Council.

We look forward to welcoming anyone to our drop-ins – opening times are as follows*:

Rugby Wellbeing Hub 28 Cromwell Road, Rugby CV22 5LY
 
From January 2022 onwards
Tuesdays
1pm–4pm
Saturdays
10am–1pm
Nuneaton Wellbeing Hub   Newtown Chambers, Corporation Street, Nuneaton  CV11 5XR
From January 2022 onwards
Tuesdays
1pm–4pm
Fridays 9am–12noon
Bedworth Wellbeing Hub   25 Congreve Walk, Bedworth  CV12 8LX
From January 2022 onwards
Wednesdays
5pm–8pm
Fridays
5pm–8pm
North Warwickshire Wellbeing Hub Mancetter Memorial Hall, Old Farm Road, Mancetter, Atherstone CV9 1QN
From January 2022 onwards
Mondays
9am–12noon
Fridays
1pm–4pm
Stratford upon Avon Wellbeing Hub Fred Winter Centre, Guild Street, Stratford upon Avon CV37 6QY
Currently no Stratford drop-ins are running as the venue is in the process of moving to the Fred Winter Centre – please check our website for when Stratford drop-ins are back up and running  www.cwmind.org.uk/wbw
Warwick Wellbeing Hub The Old Bank, Coten End, Warwick CV34 4NP
From January 2022 onwards
Tuesdays
3.30pm–6.30pm
Fridays
12noon–3pm
Leamington Wellbeing Hub The Sydni Centre, Sydenham, Leamington CV31 1PT
From January 2022 onwards
Wednesdays
2pm–5pm
Fridays
12noon–3pm

 *Please note, this may be subject to change depending on the advice of local and central government

Call (024) 7771 2288 or email wbw@cwmind.org.uk

www.cwmind.org.uk/wbw

Wellbeing hub group – online session (updated October 2021)

Warwickshire Wellbeing Hubs provide an online group-based session which supports resilience, friendship, and learning.  An online Warwickshire-wide group for those individuals who are unable to access a face-to-face group.    

Contact us to find out more about the times and to book your place.

Call (024) 7771 228or email wbw@cwmind.org.uk 

One-to-one support – face-to-face, telephone, email or video link (updated October 2021)

For anyone in Warwickshire wanting one-to-one support who is experiencing a time of emotional distress.   A wellbeing practitioner will offer up to 6 sessions to help identify and address the causes of the distress.  Support includes, practical problem solving, action planning, self-help strategies and information giving.
Call (024) 7771 2288 or email wbw@cwmind.org.uk to let us know if you require face to face, telephone, or video support.

One off chat – face-to-face, telephone or email (updated October 2021)

For anyone, a confidential one-off chat for up to 20 minutes is available with one of our experienced wellbeing practitioners – support includes reassurance, guidance, information and signposting. 

Call (024) 7771 2288 or email wbw@cwmind.org.uk

Please note: 

  • Voicemails and emails are picked up regularly by staff.
  • When one of our team calls you back it will show as no caller id
  • The above details may be subject to change
A statement from Dr Shade Agboola, Director of Public Health, Warwickshire County Council, following the lifting of legal Covid restrictions across England on Monday 19th July 2021
“We have supported our Wellbeing for Warwickshire Hubs throughout the pandemic to ensure they operate in a Covid-secure manner to protect the health and wellbeing of their staff, volunteers and Warwickshire residents. They have worked tirelessly to continue to offer mental health and wellbeing support to the people of Warwickshire online and in-person. We continue to provide Public Health advice and guidance to enable them to increase the provision of in person support in a safe and cautious way.
We would ask Warwickshire residents to support the Wellbeing for Warwickshire team by continuing to get tested and isolate if they have symptoms or a positive test for Covid-19, getting vaccinated and maintaining infection prevention measures including hand hygiene, wearing face coverings in enclosed settings and respecting personal space. All this will help to reduce risk of infections and reduce anxiety among staff, volunteers and others accessing services.”

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