Contact Riverside Walk Retford Nottinghamshire
Phone: 01777 713330 / Fax - 01777 711 966
The NHS and Public Health England (PHE) are extremely well prepared for outbreaks of new infectious diseases. The NHS has put in place measures to ensure the safety of all patients and NHS staff while also ensuring services are available to the public as normal.
Stay at home if you have either:
- a high temperature - you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)
- a new, continuous cough. This means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
- loss or change to your sense of smell or taste. This means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal.
Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital
Use the 111 online coronavirus service to find out what to do
Use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service if:
- You feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home
- Your condition gets worse
- Your symptoms do not get better after 7 days
Only call 111 if you cannot get help online.
For further information on: High risk groups, How to avoid catching and spreading coronavirus and Pregnancy advice. Go to: nhs.uk/coronavirus.
For information on social distancing, go to: gov.uk/guidance-on-social-distancing
Ring our main telephone line on 01777 713330 to book an appointment. Say immediately if your call is an emergency.Your condition may be assessed by a triage Doctor, who will then either provide you with advice or give you an appointment to see a doctor, nurse or other health professional.
If your condition is non urgent, you can expect to see a GP within two to seven working days, though you may have to wait longer if you want to see a particular G.P.
The nurses based in our practice treat patients for a wide range of common conditions.
We can also provide you with a telephone consultation, if this is more appropriate, e.g. for advice, test results or other query. Please request a telephone appointment when speaking to the receptionist.
If you need to speak to a doctor urgently, we will either put you through as soon as we can or take your telephone number and the doctor will ring you back when possible.
If the doctor or nurse considers it appropriate, you will be offered the presence of a chaperone during your consultation, or you may request one.
Alternatively, you may prefer to bring a friend or relative with you to your appointment.
OUT OF HOURS
If you or your family need urgent medical care when the surgery is closed, please phone the usual daytime surgery number (01777 713330) and your call will be re-directed to the out-of hours service. Alternatively call the Out of Hours Service on 111. Your needs will be assessed and you will either be given advice or arrangements will be made for you to be seen by a healthcare professional.
This service provides Emergency Cover Only and is for urgent problems that cannot wait till the following morning when normal surgery resumes.
Please inform us as soon as possible if you are unable to attend for your appointment so that we can allocate your appointment to another patient.
NHS Walk-in Centre
Situated in Worksop. This is a led drop-in service offering health advice, information and treatment of minor ailments by experienced NHS nurses and health information advisors. It is open 365 days a year from 8am-8pm.
School Nursing Service
School Health Department, Retford Hospital, North Road, Retford, Nottingham,
The aim of the School Nursing Service is to enable each school child to attain his/her optimum health and educational potential. The service is a partnership with the child/young person, parent/carer and education.
School Nursing Service
School Health Department, Retford Hospital, North Road, Retford, Nottingham,
Contact School Health Department, Retford Hospital, North Road, Retford, Nottingham,
Phone: 01623 781822 / 07850 918 871
The fundamental role of the school nurse is to improve children and young people’s health and wellbeing by:
- leading, delivering and evaluating preventative services and universal public health programmes (as set out in the Healthy Child Programme 5-19) for school-aged children and young people, within both school and community settings
- delivering evidence-based approaches and cost effective programmes or interventions that contribute to children and young people’s health and well-being (e.g. reduction in childhood obesity, reduction in under 18 conception rates, reduction in prevalence of chlamydia and management of mental health disorders (such as depression and conduct disorder); co-ordinating services, referring to other agencies and delegating within the team to maximise resources and utilise the expertise of other skilled professionals)
- supporting a seamless transition into school, from primary to secondary school and transition into adulthood
- managing the interaction between health and education so that the child or young person enjoys good health and well-being (including emotional health and wellbeing) therefore achieving optimal education
- leading support for children and young people who have complex and/or additional needs including providing or co-ordinating support, education and training for families, carers and school staff
- identifying children and young people in need of early help and where appropriate providing support to improve their life chances and prevent abuse and neglect. This includes working with children and young people at risk of becoming involved in gangs or youth violence
- contributing as part of a multi-agency team, to the response for children, young people and families who have multiple problems.
Child health service
The School Health team is an excellent first point of contact for school aged children, young people and their parents who need health advice or information. They have a good knowledge of other statutory agencies and voluntary organisations that can offer advice and support related to health issues.
Freed-Beeches, Eating Disorders Service.
Freed Beeches, 39 Park Street, Worksop, Nottinghamshire,
Contact Freed Beeches, 39 Park Street, Worksop, Nottinghamshire,
Phone: 01909 479922
Provides counselling, psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dietetics and complementary therapy services free of charge. Also offers a number of groups, services and information for people with eating disorders in Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire as well as for carers. Works in partnership with the Nottinghamshire Eating Disorder Service, part of Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust.
Meetings on alternate Tuesdays 7.30pm-9.30pm
Email: No email address available
Phone: 0300 123 4567
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Contact Longfellow Drive Worksop
Phone: 0115 9773758 or 0300 500 80 80
Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 lockdown all groups at the Children’s Centres are currently suspended. As soon as we can re-open we’ll post our timetable here and let families know via our Facebook page
Information about local services for children, young people and their families including child care and help available to pay for it.
Children’s Centres can offer one to one or group support with:
- the emotional health of you or your child
- playing with your child
- children’s behaviour
- domestic abuse
- children’s development, including listening and communication
- feeding your child
- increasing your confidence and help to get a job
- preparing for a baby
We can give you information about other services, and our groups are a great place to meet other parents and carers with young children. There are also lots of volunteering opportunities - ask at your local Children's Centre or use the contact details below to find out more
Training opportunities for parents/carers delivered by local colleges and other training providers
Tailored packages of support are available if required
Provides a fun, safe place for children to play and develop, a place for families to talk to each other. This could be in the centre, community venue or local toddler group.
A chance for all parents including fathers and young parents to get health and parenting advice and support from midwives, health visitors, family support workers and many more
Quality play and early learning experiences provided by children's workers, childminders, day care settings and schools; all supported by a teacher. This includes funded education for all three and four year olds for 12.5 hours per week.
Links with Job Centre Plus if you are considering new opportunities in employment or training , or need advice on benefits
All services aim to be inclusive for children and parents with additional needs, linking with specialist services and early support.
Opportunities to volunteer and be part of the management, planning and evaluation of children's centres and have a say about local services.
Stay and Play, Monday 9.00-10.30am
Come along to one of our play sessions, with a variety of activities for your children (0 up to 5 years) to enjoy whilst learning and developing important skills.
Under 1s Group, Wednesday 1.30-3.00pm
BABES Breastfeeding Group, Thursday 9.30-11.30am
Come along and meet other breastfeeding and pregnant women, you can also receive support from a trained Breastfeeding Peer Supporter.
Monday 9.00am – 12.00pm
The Children’s Centre can also offer support with:
- Meeting other parents/carers
- Emotional health
- Children’s development
- Children’s behaviour
- Children’s emotional health
- Playing with your child
- Domestic abuse
- Family life
- Preparing for a baby
- Understanding your child
- Feeding your baby/child
- Financial advice and support
- Help to get a job
- Volunteering with us
- Increasing your confidence
- Signposting to other services
- Listening and communications
Parents/carers can request support by speaking to staff at the Children’s Centres or in groups or telephoning
Contact School Road Langold Worksop
Our committed, friendly and well-qualified childcare team provides high-quality care and learning opportunities for children aged between 0-11 years. We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) with a focus on learning through play and we actively encourage parents to become involved in the life of our setting.
We are open from 7.30am — 6pm Monday to Friday, 51 weeks of the year, excluding bank holidays and three staff training days.
The Ladybirds group is for the 6-week to 2 year olds. This room is calm and inviting, with age-appropriate toys and a dedicated outside play area.
The Caterpillars group is for 2 to 3 year olds. This group is on a steep learning curve with their language and communication and physical development.
The Butterfly group is for the 3 to 5 year olds. This group is playing and learning fast, developing and growing in their understanding. The Butterflies have the free 15-hour entitlement and are reaching their Early Learning Goals ready for school. September 2017 will see us offering 30 hours free childcare for this age.
After-School Club: We have staff running an After-School Club for older children. Activities range from cooking to games in the sensory garden.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) (Nottinghamshire Healthcare)
The service for Child and Adolescent Mental Health is a specialised multi-disciplinary service for severe and complex child and adolescent mental health problems and neurodevelopmental disorders.
Phone: 0115 9691300
CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. It’s the part of the NHS which helps children and young people who have problems with their thoughts or feelings. We can help people until they are 18. If someone like a teacher or your doctor is worried about you, they can write to CAMHS to see if we can help you. This is called making a referral. The person who is going to write to us has to get your permission first. As long as we think you are able to decide, it's up to you whether or not we let your parents know.
If you are having trouble with your thoughts or feelings talk to your parents or carers, or an adult you trust. There is a useful website called Health for Teens that you may find useful: http://www.healthforteens.co.uk/
Most children who get help from CAMHS see one of our community teams. This normally means you will come to see us for weekly appointments at one of our bases, at a health centre or at your school. We have lots of people working for us who can help you in different ways. These include:
family therapists – who talk through problems with you and your family
CAMHS social workers – who support children and families through difficult times
family support workers – who can give advice to your parents or carers
mental health practitioners – who support young people and their families to bring about positive change
psychologists – experts in how people think and act
psychiatrists – doctors who work on thoughts and feelings
art psychotherapists – who can help you by using art and music
For more information visit our website: http://bit.ly/2sQl6GD
Information for parents and carers can be found at: http://bit.ly/2sgBCkS
As well as our community teams, we have some teams which work on other difficulties. These include:
- Problems with eating
- Problems with drugs or alcohol
- Psychosis – when someone hears or sees things which aren’t there
- Intellectual disability – when someone finds it difficult to communicate or understand things
Oakleaf Surgery - Harworth (branch surgery of Larwood Health Partnership)
Oakleaf Surgery, Harworth Primary Care Centre, Scrooby Road, Harworth, Doncaster
Contact Oakleaf Surgery, Harworth Primary Care Centre, Scrooby Road, Harworth, Doncaster
Phone: 01302 243230/ Fax: 01302 751998
Worksop, Carlton, Langold, Firbeck, Stone woodsetts, Gildingwell, Oldcoates, Blyth, Styrrup, Tickhill, Harworth, Bawtry, Scrooby, Ranskill, Ranby, Hardwick, Carburton, Cuckney, Osburton, Shireoaks, Rhodesia & Thorpe Salvin.
- Dr Charlotte Slater
- Dr Cheuk Lai Tang
Ring 01302 741820 to make an appointment
Out of hours ring 111
This practice is part of a practice group.
We would like to welcome you to our practice, which aims to give a high quality service that is sensitive to your needs.
Larwood Health Partnership consists of five surgeries:
Larwood Surgery in Worksop,
Carlton Village Surgery in Carlton-in-Lindrick,
Lakeside Surgery in Langold and
Oakleaf Surgery in Harworth
Westwood Surgery in Worksop
You can be seen at any of our sites. All premises have easy access available for wheelchairs and disabled toilet facilities.
If you are interested in registering with one of our other branches please find their contact information here.
You can attend this service without a referral
Comprehensive child health services are provided by the practice. This includes: a child immunisation clinic; a child health surveillance clinic for routine assessment by the doctor.
Other assessments, including hearing tests are performed by health visitors.
You can attend this service without a referral
You can attend this service without a referral
Family planning advice and contraceptive care is provided by all the doctors and practice nurses during surgery hours. For IUD and Implants these must be discussed with a GP or family planning nurse before booking in.
You can attend this service without a referral
Doctors carry out minor surgery procedures by appointment.
You can attend this service without a referral
The practice is a designated Yellow Fever Centre.
Please fill out a travel vaccination form and hand it in to reception - once the nurse has viewed your form you will then receive a telephone call to make an appointment
You can attend this service without a referral
Electronic Prescription Service
This GP offers the Electronic Prescription Service, which allows you to choose or "nominate" a pharmacy to get your medicines or appliances from. Your GP then sends your prescription electronically to the place you nominated. this means:
- If you collect your repeat prescriptions from your GP you will not have to visit your GP practice to pick up your paper prescription, saving time.
- You will have more choice about where to get your medicines from because they can be collected from a pharmacy near to where you live, work or shop.
- You may not have to wait as long as your repeat prescriptions could be prepared before you arrive.
Anorexia and Bulimia Care (ABC)
Saville Court 10-11 Saville Place Clifton Bristol
We provide on-going care, emotional support and practical guidance for anyone affected by eating disorders. We support and care for those struggling personally and resource and equip parents, families, friends and professionals.
Contact Saville Court 10-11 Saville Place Clifton Bristol
Phone: 03000 11 12 13
COVID19 update 20th July 2020 -
SUPPORT DURING CORONAVIRUS
Our telephone and email helplines are operating normally at present although busier than usual, so please do keep trying if you can't get through first time. The Support Hub is open until Thursday 9th July before closing for a short break and re-opening mid-August. Our Befriending service has spaces for those looking for 1-2-1 recovery support.
For anyone affected by eating disorders: sufferers, their families, carers and professionals in the UK. ABC is one of only two UK national eating disorders organisations and has over 25 years of experience. We provide on-going care, emotional support and practical guidance for anyone affected by eating disorders. We support and care for those struggling personally and resource and equip parents, families, friends and professionals through our dedicated services: national helplines; a unique befriending service for those suffering and a separate service for parents; nutritional support and advice; professional training on eating disorders and self-harm; self-help guides and published literature; resources for students and young people via the tbh blogsite, online learning environment and ABC's Student Guide. Facebook: www.facebook.com/abccharity Twitter: www.twitter.com/ABC_Charity
Phone: 07507 329 952
Get help with all kinds of things like: Healthy eating, Sex, emotional Health, bullying, smoking, alcohol Drugs, self-harm, Contraception , relationships
Zero tolerence to bullying
On Twitter @healthforteens
Contact Suite 11, Baden Place, Crosby Row, London
Phone: 020 7089 5050
YoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. Driven by their experiences we campaign, research and influence policy and practice. We also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents' Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.
YoungMinds does not offer advice to young people – our helpline service is for parents or carers worried about a child or young person.
Free Parents' Helpline: 0808 802 5544 9.30-4pm
Parents' Online contact form: https://youngminds.org.uk/contact-us/parents-helpline-enquiries/
Online Resources for Young People: http://www.youngminds.org.uk/for_children_young_people
Young person's crisis messenger: Text YM85258 if you are experiencing a mental health crisis. 24/7 response
Contact stem4 Wimbledon Business Centre Old Town Hall 4 Queens Road London
Coronavirus Support for Young People
The outbreak of coronavirus and self-isolation has been really difficult for many young people. If you are struggling, we understand and are here to help.
Click here to access our free COVID-19 mental health resources for teenagers, parents, teachers and health professionals. The resources are put together by Clinical Psychologist Dr Krause and will be regularly updated.
Click here to view a video message from stem4’s CEO.
4 Eating disorders: Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder
4 Anxiety and depression. Common features of anxiety include tension, worry, frustration, irritability, sadness and withdrawal. Common features of depression include hopelessness, sadness, irritability and anger, isolation, withdrawal and worthlessness.
Please note that stem4 does not provide a counselling service.
Beat Wensum House 103 Prince of Wales Road Norwich Norfolk
Beat provides telephone helplines and email support for adults and young people, offering support and information about eating disorders and difficulties with food, weight and shape. We also offer online support groups and information.
Phone: 0800 1111
Available 24 hours a day, a confidential telephone helpline for those under 19 years old offering support and advice on any issue you are going through.
Telephone: 0800 1111
Chat with a counsellor online or post on the message boards: https://childline.org.uk/
Information for adults concerned about a child also available online.
What does post-lockdown mean?
The government has officially eased lockdown rules, meaning as things stand right now, you’re allowed to meet up with more friends and family from different households, visit pubs and restaurants and even have your hair cut!
You still have to follow some social distancing restrictions and rules are slightly different depending on where in the UK you live.
For a full summary, see this BBC article.
Is the easing of lockdown a good thing?
For some people, the end of lockdown might feel like a huge relief. You can go out again! You can see your mates and you can do all the things you’ve been missing so much over the past few months.
But this isn’t the way everyone feels, and many of us might not feel at all ready to go back to “normality.”
- Though you may want to see your friends, the thought of putting yourself or others at risk of getting ill can be scary.
- You might be dealing with loss.
- You might be struggling with your mental or physical health.
- You might not want things to change.
How do I cope with all this change and uncertainty?
Uncertainty can be uncomfortable. When the future is hard to predict it can make you feel like things are out of your control, which can be scary.
Anxiety and fear are reasonable and natural responses to big changes.
If you feel this way there’s nothing wrong with you and there’s no need to feel embarrassed.
- Try talking to someone you trust about the way you’re feeling.
- Sticking to a routine can help to give you a sense of control, even if it’s something small like reading before bed or going for a walk at the same time every day.
- Try writing a list of all the things you can control.
- Get creative! Try singing, dancing, playing music or painting to express how you’re feeling.
What if I don’t feel comfortable going out yet?
Know that you don’t need to do anything you’re not comfortable with.
- Take things at your own pace.
- Communicate with your friends and family about how the changes are making you feel.
- If it makes you feel safer, stick to meeting people in the park in smaller groups.
- If you want to wear a mask when you see people then that’s fine too.
What if I’m shielding?
For those who are shielding (often people with long-term health conditions), the easing of restrictions won’t apply in the same way.
If you or someone in your family is shielding then it can be really stressful to see life returning to normal. It can also give you massive FOMO!
If you’re shielding or you’re worried about someone who is, know that you’re not alone.
Make sure you’re chatting to friends and family as much as you can. You can also chat things through with one of our team.
It might help to switch off from social media sometimes to avoid drawing comparisons.
Things are going back to normal, but I’m dealing with loss
Some people will have lost loved ones during the pandemic. It can be difficult to see normality returning when you’re dealing with grief and loss.
You may not have been able to see a loved one before they passed away. Restrictions may have meant that you couldn’t go to their funeral. This can make things feel twice as hard.
Grieving is one of the hardest things we go through, and everyone reacts differently. It’s ok if you’re struggling and it’s nothing to feel guilty about. But the fact that restrictions are easing also means that you can now see the people in your life that can support you through this time. Staying in touch with your friends and family can make a huge difference.
You could also sign up for bereavement counselling. You can get free counselling with The Mix here.
But, I liked some bits of lockdown!
Did you actually find lockdown nice and peaceful? Some people enjoyed the chance to slow things down and reconnect with the things they love doing.
You might also feel anxious about returning to school, university or to normal working life. But you’re not the only person who’ll be feeling this way.
- Make a list of all the things you enjoyed about lockdown, so you know which habits you want to keep.
- Talk to your employer or your teachers about what you need to feel comfortable going back to a more normal routine.
- Take things slowly; no one is forcing you to rush back to a faster pace of life.
No matter how you’re feeling about a post-lockdown world, it’s important to remember that we’re all going through this together, and there’s no perfect way of coping.
The key thing is to stay connected to those around you and make sure you feel supported and heard.
Speak to our team for free and confidential support on anything and everything that’s on your mind.
- If you're under 25 and would like free confidential telephone counselling from The Mix to help you figure things out complete this form and we'll call you to arrange your first session.
- Mind offers advice and support to people with mental health problems. Their helpline runs nine to six from Monday to Friday. 0300 123 3393
- Anyone can contact the Samaritans on their 24-hour helpline to talk things through. 116 123
- Our Crisis Messenger provides free, 24/7 crisis support across the UK. If you’re aged 25 or under, you can text THEMIX to 85258
- AnxietyUK run helplines, email support, live chats and therapy services for people with anxiety disorders. 08444 775 774
- Chat about this subject on our Discussion Boards.
- Need help but confused where to go locally? Download our StepFinder iPhone app to find local support services quickly.
The Mix is the UK’s leading support service for young people. We are here to help you take on any challenge you’re facing - from mental health to money, from homelessness to finding a job, from break-ups to drugs. Talk to us via online, social or our free
If you’re under 25 and need help but don’t know where to turn call us for FREE on 0808 808 4994. We’ll explore your situation with you and find organisations that may be able to help you further. We’re open from 11am to 11pm every day.
One to one chat allows you to live message our trained helpline supporters about any issue that is troubling you. Our team is trained to help you explore your situation and find organisations which might be able to help you further. We offer a non-judgemental service so you can speak to us about any issue. We’re open from 11am to 11pm every day.
We want to help you find the information you need. The more you are able to tell us about your current situation, the more we will be able to help. You can email the helpline at any time and we aim to respond within 24 hours.
Visit our website: http://www.themix.org.uk/
Contact Abbey Street Community Centre Abbey Street Worksop
Phone: 01909 479191/07530 252177
Talkzone can offer counselling sessions at different places within the Bassetlaw area, however we do not offer counselling sessions at home. Appointments can be offered at different times and days during the week, including some limited Saturdays.
You can be referred to Talkzone by your Doctor, Support Worker, Social Worker or any agency or person who is offering you support or you can refer yourself. All referrals are treated in the strictest confidence. To make a referral, please call Talkzone or The Centre Place on 01909 479191. You can also text your details to 07538318462 or email at email@example.com & we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Once a referral has been made to Talkzone, the young person will be offered an initial assessment appointment within approx 6 weeks, depending on availability. The young person may have to wait to start counselling depending on the waiting list. Full details of the waiting times will be given at the assessment appointment. Counselling sessions will be on a one to one basis, and will take place once a week & last for approximately 50 mins each time. Young person will be offered sessions for 6-12 weeks to start with, this will then be reviewed, and additional sessions can be offered if needed.
Nottinghamshire County Council’s Public Health have commissioned a new and exciting website ‘Health for Kids’ which will be managed by the Youth Service. The website is due to be launched in January 2019.
Health for Kids is a health promotion website offering information in a fun and interactive way for primary school children, parents/carers and teachers. The website will offer local news on upcoming events, campaigns, blogs, articles and useful information about services available to children within Nottinghamshire. The website aims to help promote the health and wellbeing of children aged 5-11 years.
Moving forward, the Youth Service will also be managing the Health for Teens Website, which was launched back in January 2016. Health for Teens offers health and wellbeing advice and information to young people aged 11-19, promoting a healthy body and mind. The site provides local information on relevant services to signpost young people to within Nottinghamshire.
As a service we would like to inform you of how to contact us in regards to supporting the websites to ensure the information we include on the local pages is up to date and relevant for Nottinghamshire. For example, if you have an event you would like us to promote to children, young people, parents or carer, or if you have a campaign that is running locally we can publicise these on the Health for kids or Teens Website’s.
We would also like to request you to promote the relevant website to the appropriate age group through your service. We have a range of publicity material available electronically and a limited supply of hard copies.
To get in touch, request any material and add any information you feel is relevant and appropriate for the sites please email the content to; firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information on the Health for Teens and Kids Websites, please contact; Jenny Quin-Smith from the Youth Service on; 01158041180; Jennifer.email@example.com
If you would like to visit the Websites, please see links below;
www.healthforkids.co.uk (local page will be launched in January)
We look forward to working together with you and your organisation in order to successfully promote the health and wellbeing of children and young people in Nottinghamshire.
Improving the Health & Wellbeing of Bassetlaw Residents through supported access and navigation in to local services and support
Ring 01909 476118 to speak to a local Community Advisor about all of your wellbeing needs
This service is available Monday - Friday 09.00 - 5.00 pm
Or you can email for support 24 hours a day. ( Your email will be picked up by an Advisor the next working day )
You can email. Communityadvisor@bcvs.org.uk
Phone: 0300 500 80 80
This directory is maintained and operated by Nottinghamshire County Council.
If you need help using this directory or would like to contact us for more information, please get in touch with one of our friendly advisors using the details below:
Telephone: 0300 500 80 80
CSC minicom: 01623 434993
We are open Monday – Friday 8:00am – 6:00pm.
If your query is specifically around SEND, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your query is specifically for Supported Self Care, please call 0300 303 2600 or email email@example.com.
Phone: 0115 7722515
COVID19 update 13th August 2020 - As of June 1st 2020 Your Health, Your Way will be delivering all elements of the Integrated Wellbeing Service, this means we will be accepting referrals for:
• Weight management,
• Smoking cessation,
• Physical activity,
• Brief alcohol support.
All interventions will be delivered remotely in accordance with social distancing guidelines. We will be able to provide both one to one and group based support via telephone and online support (Zoom).
Referrals from GP practices can be made via the F12/Ardens function and both third party and self-referrals can be made.
Welcome to Your Health Your Way. Nottinghamshire’s new Integrated Wellbeing Service funded by Nottinghamshire County Council and delivered by ABL Health. We are here to help all residents of Nottinghamshire (excluding Nottingham city) get more active, eat healthier, manage your weight, drink less alcohol and stop smoking. We offer realistic and practical support for people to make life long healthy behaviour changes.
We are here to help all residents of Nottinghamshire (excluding Nottingham city) get more active, eat healthier, manage your weight, drink less alcohol and stop smoking. We offer realistic and practical support for people to make life long healthy behaviour changes.
Individuals can access the following services:
- Weight management (virtual group clinics and one to ones via telephone)
- Adult weight management (virtual group clinics and one to one telephone support)
- Family weight management (telephone support)
- Smoking cessation (telephone)
- Physical activity (bespoke recorded activity sessions are emailed to clients to complete at home)
- Brief alcohol support (telephone support)
Referrals can be made from health professionals and GP practices via the F12/Ardens function and both third party and self-referrals can be made online by visiting Yourhttps://yourhealthnotts.co.uk/ .
Your Health Your Way is here to support residents of Bassetlaw make life long healthy behaviour changes.
Our Bassetlaw team are here to support you to get more active, eat healthier, manage your weight, drink less alcohol and stop smoking. https://yourhealthnotts.co.uk/support-in-your-area-bassetlaw/