Mental Health and Wellbeing

Mental health is as important as physical health. It is crucial to improve and maintain emotional, psychological, and social wellbeing and support others.
8 October 2019

Community Neighbourhood Link Workers service (CNLWsupports residents who are socially isolated and lonely to re-engage with their community.

Many people find themselves feeling isolated and lonely at some point in their lives. Community Neighbourhood Link Workers (CNLW) support residents for up to 6 weeks on a one-to-one basis to help build confidence in seeking out and/or rediscovering hobbies and interests. They aim to help you stay active and independent by proving information and advice about:

·        Looking after your health;

·        Taking part in the community-based activities and local events;

·        Sharing your skills with others or gaining new ones; and

·        Volunteering opportunities.

 

The initial meeting with a CNLW can take place in a local neighbourhood (e.g. in a library or a community centre), at home or over the telephone. They arrange a six-week action plan that supports you to keep active, healthy and socially connected.

For more information or to make a referral email: CHSocialCare@newham.gov.uk or call 0208 430 2000 (option2)

For the Stratford & West Ham Ward - please contact Sabrina Glen (0203 373 6306 or 07814636510)

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