Some of our services address the health inequalities experienced by people whose lives are adversely affected by issues including social and economic deprivation, homelessness, offending and domestic abuse. Others are focused on public health issues including substance misuse, obesity and smoking.
As a health and wellbeing service provider, we combine medical, psychological and social work interventions to support people to make lifestyle and behavioural changes that will improve their health and wellbeing and increase their independence and self-determination.
All our health and wellbeing interventions begin by working closely with individuals to help them identify the areas of their lives that need to change or improve and working with them to develop a personal plan of action that sets out clear, achievable goals. Interventions are delivered in one-to-one and group settings to combine the benefits of a professional-client relationship with the opportunity to share experiences and goals with others.