Our ASPIRE Social Prescribing Wellbeing team is still here for you at this time - however, to protect you, we are not having any face-to-face meetings in the office until further notice. You can make an appointment to speak to a member of the team and we're also running online Wellbeing workshops - you can read more about this in our Well-being Case Study.
Caragh on 0833 95 8340 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (Tuesday and Thursday only)
Alexandra on 083 357 0939 or email email@example.com (Monday to Friday)
This HSE guide to minding your mental health during the coronovirus outbreak has useful information on how we can all mind ourselves through this challenging time.
Mental health supports and services during COVID-19: Connecting for Life website page with information on minding your mental health, where to find online counselling and support - or phone, email and text support - from a wide range of different organisations, including youth mental health organisations, and mobile apps to support your mental health.
About our Social Prescribing Service
Our free ASPIRE Social Prescribing service links you with sources of support and social activities in your community.
Wellness workshop to celebrate Social Prescribing Day 2020
What is Social Prescribing?
Social Prescribing is about supporting your health and well-being using community-based activities and supports - such as exercise, art, reading and gardening - or perhaps self-help sessions such as stress control.
You can be referred to our Social Prescribing Well-being Coordinator by your GP or other health care professional, or you can call us yourself if you prefer.
Our Social Prescribing Well-being Coordinator will meet with you to explore your needs, and look at what might benefit you in the community. You can then work together to make sure you are able to access these activities and supports.
Who is it for?
The programme is for you if you feel you just need some support to mind your health and well-being - or if you're feeling isolated, stressed, anxious or depressed.
Call Caragh or Alexandra on (01) 286 8266 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Download our Social Prescribing Well-being Referral Form by clicking HERE.