Community health services cover a wide range of support, from antenatal visits to mental health or supporting patients managing long-term conditions. Services are delivered in a wide range of settings including in people’s own homes as well as in community clinics, community centres and schools and the links below will allow you to contact these services directly or self refer for support.
Community Services Access Point
Health visitors provide a range of services to support you on your parenting journey, from getting ready to be parents and giving birth, to your child’s toddler years and starting school.
District Nursing Service
Our District Nursing teams help to improve peoples health by providing high quality nursing care, based on your needs, in community settings. District nurses work closely with you to enable you to care for yourself or with your family members teaching them how to care for you.
The Community Mental Health Team can support those with a serious and enduring mental health problem to be assessed, supported and treated in the right way. Their role is to help you keep or regain your place in your local community and achieve your full potential and optimal recovery.
Community Mental Health
My Wellbeing College is a local service which you can self refer to, offering confidential psychological therapy services, helping you work through difficult feelings. Addressing issues such as anxiety, panic attacks, depression, relationship issues, sleep problems, phobias, difficult life changes, post-natal depression, post-traumatic stress , OCD, and health anxieties.