St Budeaux and Barne Barton Wellbeing Hub
The St Budeaux and Barne Barton Wellbeing Hub is located at the William Sutton Hall in St Budeaux. A dedicated Community Advisor, supported by Colebrook Southwest, is on hand to help connect you with organisations and information that can help improve your overall wellbeing.
Services available at the St Budeaux and Barne Barton Wellbeing Hub
Whatever your goals, we can help you access a wide range of non-medical support. This could include:
- helping you with health advocacy
- mental health support
- opportunities to volunteer
- employment advice
- guidance for long-term conditions
- support for carers
- time banking
- debt advice
Non-medical support is normally delivered by a dedicated Community Advisor and usually via a conversation.
We actively work with the organisations in the neighbourhoods of St Budeaux, Tamerton and Barne Barton to ensure the Hub has a good knowledge of what each organisation can provide. Identifying gaps and developing partnerships with other organisations helps ensure we can provide a full range of services to everyone.
How to make a referral
Pop in and speak to any member of the team.
Alternatively, complete our simple referral form and we'll get in touch. Once we know what help, information and advice you need we will connect you with the right people that can support you..
We're here to help you.
What are Wellbeing Hubs?
Plymouth's Wellbeing Hubs have four main aims
- To improve the health and wellbeing outcomes for local people
- To reduce inequalities in health and wellbeing
- To improve people's experience of care
- To improve the sustainability of the health and wellbeing system
We also work in partnership with a range of organisations in the city who can provide additional health and wellbeing support
The generic offer of every hub includes health advocacy, debt advice, mental health support, opportunities to volunteer, employment advice, signposting of local and citywide providers of health services.
The hubs are a key part of the city's One System, One Aim vision which looks to transform care by taking a different approach.
- From patients to people - the hubs will be designed to engage with people recognising they have strengths and assets and with support can achieve outcomes without being viewed as patients who need things doing to them
- From care settings to places and communities - the hubs will be a place and community-based offer and will help to develop communities that care
- From what's the matter with you to what matters to you - the plan is to focus on the assets of individuals and build on that to achieve the things they want to achieve
- From illness management to wellness support - the focus is on prevention and wellbeing
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
- Everyone, regardless of age
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