Somerset Mental Wellbeing Service
Somerset Mental Wellbeing Service supports people to improve and maintain their mental wellbeing through access to community resources and opportunities. We are a ‘low level’ service that supports and works with people with an underlying mental health condition to improve their mental wellbeing by accessing wider community resources, building networks and increasing independence.
The service is available to those who wish to improve their mental wellbeing to reduce the impact on their lives with meaningful support. Our service cannot replace other services that are established to directly tackle mental health conditions, but if someone’s able and at a level where they can engage then we can work alongside other services. The service is delivered via ‘Wellbeing Navigators’, Peer Support and Self-Management workshops.
Wellbeing Navigators will work with you to identify, create and develop a personalised Wellbeing Recovery Plan:
- Identifying what you want to achieve,
- what you will do to achieve this,
- what support you need to achieve this,
- what you need to do to stay well,
- what to do if something goes wrong and
- working with you in a way that puts you in control and is about how you self-manage your wellbeing.
Self-Management and Peer Support workshops are run in your local area, contact us for more information.
We will work with you for a time limited period to achieve your personal outcomes and during this period enable you to develop the skills, strategies and networks to move on from the service.