Devon Wellbeing Hub supports thousands of colleagues

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News on 11th December, 2023

Thousands of healthcare, social care and police colleagues have been supported this year thanks to the Devon Wellbeing Hub.

From January to October 2023, the Hub has received over 600 individual referrals and had 4,188 contacts with colleagues for individual and team support.

The Hub launched in March 2021 as a response to the impact of COVID-19. Since then, the service has developed and now supports individuals and teams with range of wellbeing issues, whether they’re related to the pandemic or not.

Christina Greenland, Operational and Clinical Lead for the Hub, said: “Colleagues working in healthcare, social care and the police have faced considerable challenges over the last few years, and continue to do so. It’s vitally important that those who care for others also have someone caring for them. The Hub is here to ensure people have someone to turn to if they’re struggling. We're proud to be able to continue to support even more colleagues in the New Year.”

You can get in touch with the Devon Wellbeing Hub for free, confidential support, by calling 0300 303 5455, emailing or via the online referral form on the Devon Wellbeing Hub website.

If you’ve been supported by the Hub and would like to share your experience, please get in touch with Lauren Batten, Staff Wellbeing Communications and Engagement Coordinator, at