Wellbeing for Warwickshire and Covid 19 changes
Service Update for Wellbeing for Warwickshire winter months
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.
Although we had to close our doors to drop-in sessions across Warwickshire on 23rd March 2020, we have been busy delivering support throughout the lockdown and restriction periods, including:
- Responding to any enquiries/requests for information and support via telephone and/or email
- Delivering regular welfare check calls to those who needed them
- Providing a course of 1:1 support sessions via telephone or video link to individuals
- Planning for a return to offering face to face support in COVID-19 secure environments
Wellbeing Hub Groups – face-to-face
These groups have been temporarily paused during the current lockdown (January 2021). Please check back on the website as to when these will re-start.
Warwickshire Wellbeing Hubs provide group-based listening-ear sessions which support resilience, friendship, and learning. Hubs are running in Stratford, Rugby, Nuneaton, Warwick and North Warwickshire. To support COVID-19 secure environments places must be booked and confirmed in advance.
If you call or email us, we will direct you to the nearest available space (024) 7771 2288 or email email@example.com
Please revisit our website for information on Wellbeing Hub groups becoming available in Bedworth and Leamington and any other updates
One-to-one support – available either through face-to-face appointment*, telephone, email, or video link.
* Our offer of one-to-one face-to-face support during the lockdown period will be based on individual needs assessed, please contact us for further information.
For anyone 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.
Contact us (024) 7771 2288 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you require face to face, telephone, or video support.
One off chat – telephone/email support
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.
Contact us on (024) 7771 2288 or email email@example.com
voicemails and emails are picked up regularly by staff. When one of our team calls you back it will show as no caller id.