Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 6th April, 2021
Devon Wellbeing Hub is one of 40 NHS mental health and wellbeing hubs that are being set up across the country, funded by NHS England, in response to the impact COVID-19 has had on our workforce.
Our colleagues have been under tremendous pressure since the beginning of the pandemic and we know that this has taken a huge toll on their emotional and mental wellbeing. Devon Wellbeing Hub has been set up to provide free, confidential support for individuals and teams in health, social care and the Police throughout Devon who are struggling with any element of their wellbeing.
The Hub website is also now live, where you can find further information on the service offered and how to get in touch.
The Hub is designed to be a single place where someone concerned about their wellbeing can go, unpick their needs and be supported to get to the right services quickly. The service is completely confidential and can help with a range of issues, whether they’re related to the pandemic or not. The Hub can support you with managing stress and mental wellbeing, financial worries, domestic violence and relationship issues or any other issues you’re facing with your wellbeing.
The team is made up of trained NHS staff, including Clinical Psychologists and Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners, who are there to support you with empathy and understanding and help you find the tools and services to help you with any issues you are facing.
The Hub has two main offers, one for individuals who need support with any area of their wellbeing, and one for teams who are collectively struggling as a result of the pandemic.
If you work in health, social care or the Police in Devon and you are struggling with any aspect of your wellbeing at all, or you lead a team who would benefit from support, the Hub can help you today.
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You can also find the Hub on Twitter.