We also offer counselling for those people who have experienced self-harm. We have an employment service for people who want support and advice in accessing a job, we have volunteering opportunities and we offer various mental health awareness training. In addition we have a Be Active project which supports people to engage in exercise and sport for their mental health and wellbeing.
There is no charge for people to access our services but there may be a charge for the training packages that we offer.
Website are resources are available 24 hours a day. The junction is open 4pm-11pm
The page was last updated on 29 December 2020
Our Wellbeing Programme offered solution focussed support through our Five Ways to Wellbeing Assessment, Plans and Reviews. Follow the link to fill out our Swindon online Self-Referral form, and for more information. Most of our services are free to access for residents of the Swindon Borough Council area only, if you live outside of this area there may not be services available to you or there may be a cost involved in accessing specific services. To ensure we can process your referral as quickly as possible please check that the form is fully completed, signed and dated before submitting it. On receipt of the referral we aim for a Wellbeing Coordinator to make initial contact with you within 2 weeks. We will make contact via a telephone call, the number you should expect a call from is 01793 432031. If we are unsuccessful in speaking with you after three attempts, we will assume you no longer require the service.
We provide advice, support and services to empower adults experiencing a mental health problem in Swindon.
Our services are available for people age 16+ but we also offer training to schools.
Swindon Advice and Support Centre,