Wellbeing Coordinator

Wellbeing Coordinators help to connect people with a range of local, non-medical services and community groups. The service recognises that people’s health and wellbeing is affected by a range of social, economic and environmental factors.

What problems can they help with?

  • Housing issues – homeless, risk of eviction or maintenance issues
  • Financial issues – debt, benefits problems, budgeting support, benefits checks/applications
  • Lonely or isolated – not seeing anyone, befriending
  • Mental health – e.g. low level anxiety/depression
  • Bereavement
  • Domestic abuse
  • Caring responsibilities
  • Looking for community groups/activities
  • Accessing specialist services and support e.g. health conditions, education, training, volunteering and family issues.

What problems can’t they help with?

  • Moderate/severe mental health issues/mental health crisis
  • Patients needing medical advice or assistance.

How to access the service?

Patients can self refer by calling the Wellbeing Coordinators directly on the numbers below. A GP or other health professional can also refer a patient to the Wellbeing Coordinators.

Patients will be welcomed by the Wellbeing Coordinators and offered either a face to face consultation within their surgery or a telephone consultation, depending on what they would prefer.

Contact details

Katy covers the following surgeries: Park Lane Surgery, Cwm Gwyrdd Medical Centre, Maerdy Surgery, Tylorstown Surgery.

Katy’s Mobile: 07515 166 024

 

Lisa covers the following surgeries: New Tynewydd Surgery, De Winton Field Practice,  St David’s Street Surgery, Llwynypia Surgery.

Lisa’s Mobile: 07340 708 285

 

Melanie covers the following surgeries: Forest View Medical Centre, Penygraig Surgery, Pont Newydd Medical Centre, St Andrew’s.

Melanie’s Mobile: 07515 166 036

Alternatively an appointment can be made through GP practice staff.

 

Dewis Cymru

Dewis Cymru is the place for information about well-being in Wales. Their website has information that can help you think about what matters to you, along with information about local organisations and services.

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