Social Prescriber

A social prescriber is an individual who connects people to activities, groups, and services in their community to meet the practical, social, and emotional needs that affect their health and wellbeing.  

The service can help you: 

  • Get support to improve your physical health. 
  • Find employment or volunteering opportunities or learn a new skill. 
  • Assist you to tackle money, housing, work, or benefit issues. 
  • Cope with a particular condition or difficulty. 
  • Access ways to improve your emotional wellbeing such as befriending schemes, peer support or arts and leisure activities. 

Contact Sarah Rudd or Lou Raffe to find out more on: 01865 872448