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Wellbeing Prescription

A free service to improve your health and wellbeing

Wellbeing Prescription logoThe Wellbeing Prescription Service is available to residents living in the Redhill, Reigate and Horley area and provides free support and advice to help improve the health and wellbeing of residents aged 18 or over.

Across the course of up to 6 appointments, your Wellbeing Advisor will talk through your needs, offer advice and direct you to services to help you feel happier and healthier.

This might include services that help you with:

  • Healthy eating
  • Weight management
  • Physical activity
  • Meeting new people
  • Loneliness or social isolation
  • Carers support
  • Local community groups and activities
  • Remaining independent at home
  • Emotional wellbeing

To learn more or to book a free appointment, visit the Wellbeing Prescription website or call the team on 01883 732787.

Wellbeing Prescription is delivered in partnership with Tandridge District Council and Reigate & Banstead Borough Council, working closely with NHS East Surrey ICP and Surrey County Council Adult Social Care and Public Health.

Wellbeing Prescription is currently offered in the Tandridge and Reigate/Redhill/Horley areas.

Social Prescribing Banstead

Social Prescribing connects resident who live in the north of the borough aged 18 years or over to non-medical community support if they meet one or more of the following criteria:

  • Feeling socially isolated/ looking for more social contact
  • Caring for someone
  • Wanting to improve physical health
  • Lacking confidence
  • Needing some practical support or information to improve their situation
  • Living with long term health conditions
  • Requiring practical support e.g. with form filling or getting to medical appointments
  • Suffering from low level mental health conditions

Your Social Prescribing Advisor will meet with you to explore what is important for your life and wellbeing and look at the factors which are affecting your health. They will then identify the local activities or services that the you could benefit from and support you in starting to use these.

If you live north of the M25 and are interested in using this service, please speak to your GP, nurse or primary care professional. To find out more see the Social Prescribing page on CSVA’s website.

The scheme is run by Central Surrey Voluntary Action in partnership with NHS Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Group, Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership, the NHS Surrey County Council and Reigate & Banstead Borough Council.