What is the Hub?
The Hub is a new service providing a flexible, holistic, person-centred approach focusing on your individual needs and wellbeing.
There are a lot of different services throughout the borough and the hub makes it easier for an individual to access a number of different services more easily. We aim to support your wellbeing through listening and understanding what you want, tailoring the services that we introduce to you to meet your needs.
Simple. Easy. Welcoming.
We aim to create a warm and welcoming space for you to learn more, access services, participate in activities that interest you, and to find out more information about what’s out there in your community.
We are a team of wellbeing navigators that are there to understand your needs, support you and encourage you to improve your wellbeing. We will do this by offering you an Emotional Health Check. It helps you to identify services and activities that can benefit you.
What does the Hub offer?
There are a wide range of services in Barnet. Such as:
Talking Therapies: ‘It’s good to talk…’
This is a space to speak to someone confidentially, about anything, to help you explore, process, and manage your thoughts, feelings, and behaviour.
Wellbeing and Community: ‘What’s out there?’
This service helps to find affordable things for you to do, such as:
- Tai Chi
- Arts and Crafts
- Line Dancing, and lots more…
Advocacy: ‘Helping to make sure your voice is heard’
It can get difficult to voice your opinions. An advocacy service helps you to:
- Speak up
- Protect your rights and responsibilities
- Explore your options
Information and Advice: ‘Independent and confidential – making the right choice’
These services provide people with information and advice relating to wide range of issues, such as:
- Debt, and lots more…
If you have any questions about the Wellbeing Hub please contact Michelle Burke on 020 3475 1303 or email her on email@example.com, or contact Hayley Zambakides by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 020 3475 1304