Are you feeling low, anxious or depressed?
Would you like to make a positive difference to your quality of life, by taking control of your emotional health and well-being?
We now have a choice of services that will offer you the advice and support you may need.
Steps 2 Wellbeing
You can be referred or refer yourself to Steps 2 Wellbeing which will enable you to access a range of helpful services quickly and easily. Thier aim is to support people in Dorset who are suffering from problems, such as low mood, depression and anxiety.
Tel: 01305 367051
Livewell Dorset is a free service offering advice and support to improve your wellbeing. Help is available to stop smoking, weight managment, to increase your physical activity and help to reduce your alcohol intake.
Tel: 01305 233105
My Health My Way
My Health My Way can equip people with a long term health condition with skills and information that will help them to manage their condition and make informed choices about the support they require.
With support from My health My Way you can build your skills, knowledge and confidence to start taking control of your health condition rather than let it control you. You will be supported to build and maintain your confidence to self-manage areas like pain or fatigue.
Tel: 0303 303 0153 to self refer
My Life My Care
If you find it difficult to live safely and independently in your home, you can find help here. There is information and advice to help you make informed choices about living the life you want.
Help and advice is available on personal care, home adaptations, home safety, equipment, reablement and money matters.
Telephone the Adult Access Team on 01305 221016
Computerised Self Help
how to understand and manage your moods using internet-based
courses. The website above can be accessed by anyone.
Citizens Advice Bureau
Appointments can be made via reception, for Thursday afternoons at Royal Crescent Surgery.
Help with resolving legal, money and other problems by providing free information and advice.
Contact Helen Willett at Royal Crescent Surgery.
Group meetings with access to a range of services available to provide support for carers
Sure Start Children’s Centre
The Mulberry Children's Centre
2 Newstead Road
Providing integrated education, parenting advice, play and learn sessions to help you support your childs development, access to advice on financial and housing matters, health advice and family support.
EDP (Exeter Drug Programme)
Drug & Alcohol Service - Drop in Session.
Weymouth, DT4 7AA
Tel: 01305 760799
Help and support for carers and those wanting to reduce their use of alcohol and drugs.
Lantern Resource Centre
2 Ranelagh Road
Weymouth, DT4 7JD.
Tel: 01305 787940
Support, advice and counselling, relating to housing concerns.
Weymouth Community Volunteers
WCV is a Weymouth, Dorset based registered charity who support and enable disadvantaged people to become active members of their local community. We achieve this through improving access to opportunities in volunteering, education and by offering training that improves employment prospects.
Tel: Stephen Rewse 07971 338335
Your local Wayfinder has a huge list of contacts and information to help you find out about most things. Some of these are details of local lunch clubs and social events, learning opportunities and outings. This service is available to people aged 50 years and over.
If you are interested in any of the services listed, please speak to a member of the Reception Team.
Can’t see quite what you’re looking for?
Download and complete the form below, hand it into Reception, and we will get back to you with contact details of a service relevant to you.