Wellbeing Support & Resources

Workplace well-being is of utmost importance in sustaining a stable and reliable workforce.

We understand that workers in the care sector are under immense pressure to ensure those they support received the best care - but who looks after our staff? 

 

Proud to Care want to help!

 

Below are various sources of support within the county that can help build resilience and look after the mental health and well-being of your staff. 

 

The Gloucestershire Counselling Service is a British Association

for  counselling approved service. They provide individual and couple counselling.

Website: www.gloscounselling.org.uk

 

 

Quayside Wellbeing offers a range of services to help you review and renew. Including: Homeopathy, Hypnotherapy & Counselling

www.quaysidewellbeing.co.uk

 

 

The independence trust runs two services to support you with your wellbeing:

Community Advice, Links & Mental Health Support Service (CALMHS)

Community Autism Support & Advice (CASA)

 

They’re there to support you if you or someone you know is experiencing mental ill health.

E-mail:  gloucesterhub@independencetrust.co.uk

 

 

A new resource, Our Frontline has been launched today to support those under most pressure. Our Frontline is a partnership between Shout, Samaritans, Mind, Hospice UK and The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Our Frontline offers round-the-clock one-to-one support, by call or text, from trained volunteers, plus resources, tips and ideas to look after your mental health. There is tailored material for staff working in social care, essential roles , the emergency services and health workers.

 

 

Qwell is one of the new mental health services put in place by the county council in response to the Covid-19 pandemic to make sure there is a range of help available in the county for people who need it.

https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/gloucestershire-county-council-news/news-may-2020/first-of-new-mental-health-services-launched/

 

 

Here you'll find an overview of the mental health services that are available in Gloucestershire for both adults and young people to help you access the support that is right for you.

https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/covid-19-information-and-advice/advice-on-covid-19/looking-after-your-wellbeing/mental-health-services/

 

 

The Community Wellbeing Service has tailored services in all 5 districts of the county. For more information:

www.glosvcsalliance.org.uk/social-prescribing

Cheltenham & Tewkesbury. glccg.ccpcommunitywellbeing@nhs.net

Cotswold District.cws.grcc@nhs.net

Forest of Dean. community.wellbeing@fdean.gcsx.gov.uk

Gloucester City. hgl.communitywellbeing.gloucester@nhs.net

Stroud District. communitywellbeing.stroud@nhs.net

 

 

The Wiggly Worm  run several projects aimed at supporting and uniting individuals through the art of cookery. They aim to create opportunities for life through food

Phone: 01242 237802

E-mail: Team@thewigglyworm.org.uk

 

 

Lets Talk is an NHS Services offering therapies for people aged 18+ within the county who are experiencing mild to moderate anxiety or depression.

Phone: 0800 073 2200

Or complete an online self-referral form on www.talk2gether.nhs.uk

 

 

 

Healthy Lifestyle Gloucestershire offers a range of help and support for people, 1-1 bespoke mentoring and support to help individuals improve health and wellbeing.

www.hlsglos.org

Email: glccg.hlsglos@nhs.net

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