Led by our social prescribers, the group supports those facing social isolation and bereavement since the pandemic. The peer support group meets once a month.
To join the group please contact your practice and ask for a referral to the social prescribers.
Mental health support co-ordinators offer up to six, one-to-one sessions to support you with your emotional wellbeing. Sessions will include personalised support plans for you to work through your individual goals, grounding techniques, coping skills and techniques and signposting for further mental health support.
Please contact your GP practice who can refer you into the service.
For those experiencing social isolation and anxiety following the pandemic. Our social prescribers lead a monthly peer-support group, offering coffee, cake and an opportunity to socialise in a safe setting.
To attend the coffee morning please contact your practice and ask for a referral to the social prescribers.
We work in collaboration with our GP Federation, Alliance for Better Care CIC as part for their wider wellbeing support offer to refugees and asylum seekers in hotels around Gatwick and Crawley. As part of this group we have supported multiple projects – from personal training in hotels to planned trips to Crawley Football Club. We have also supported the development of Happy Baby and HomeStart’s weekly groups for mothers and children.
Delivered in partnership with Relate counselling, we work with children and young people between the age of 10-18 years old offering an assessment appointment and up to four to six ongoing counselling sessions for stressful life events, illness, bereavement, low self-esteem, depression or low mood. Patients can be referred into this service by a clinician at their practice.
Connecting patients with local support, activities and services happening in their community to support them to improve their physical and mental health wellbeing, independence and resilience as well as their connection with the local community.