The Herefordshire and Worcestershire Wellbeing and Recovery College is a collaborative venture between Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust, Voluntary and Community Sector organisations (VCS), Public Sector partners and our Experts by Experience across our communities in Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
As the college develops, we will welcome more partners who share our ambition to enrich people’s lives across our two counties, contributing to health, hope and satisfaction, through our offer of a wide range of accessible, engaging and effective learning opportunities.
Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust
We provide services for people of all ages, across a range of settings, experiencing both physical and/or mental health conditions across Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
We are the main providers of mental health and learning disability services in both counties, and also deliver community hospitals, neighbourhood teams and community nursing services across Worcestershire.
Working Together for Outstanding Care.
Community First in Herefordshire and Worcestershire
We work to achieve this through combining forces with partners from all sectors, to actively collaborate to increase our combined impact on the wellbeing of our local communities.
Our wellbeing partnership vehicles currently include, the Wellbeing Hub, Time to Change, Worcestershire Works Well, and One Step Out!, tackling loneliness in our rural communities.
New Opportunities Worcestershire
New Opportunities Worcestershire (NOW) is a occupational therapy led NHS service, provided by Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust. Offering greater support to people who are not yet ready to access mainstream activities due to isolation, and low self-esteem. Through engagement in a range of meaningful courses and workshops we focus on promoting social skills, improving confidence, motivation, concentration and structure and routine, which helps students achieve their individual mental health recovery goals.
Our Vision: A society where people can live free of stigma, discrimination and achieve their personal wellbeing.
Our Values: Inspiration, Knowledge, Quality, Inclusivity, Dignity, Innovation, Person-Centred Approach, Equality and Diversity, and Influence.
Worcester Association of Carers
Worcestershire Association of Carers (WAC) is a registered charity that was founded in 1997 providing an independent source of information, advice and support for unpaid adult carers in Worcestershire.
We provide a wide range of services for carers, including a dedicated carer helpline, information sessions, and peer to peer support. By carer, we mean someone who provides unpaid support to a relative, partner or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental ill-health or substance misuse problems, and who cannot manage without their help. This could include emotional support, medical, personal, or physical care, help with domestic tasks and financial matters.
Adult Learning Worcestershire
Learning is priceless and opens doors to new experiences and opportunities. Whether you want to gain skills for employment, take control of your health, try a new hobby or meet new people in your community, we have a course for you.
Join us to discover how learning can promote a feeling of wellbeing within you, broaden your opportunities and put you in control of your future.
Who are we? We are an award winning Community Interest Company based in Redditch.
What do we do? We offer a range of services to the community, including wellbeing and holistic activities, mental health support/domestic abuse support, LGBTQ services, employment and progression support, family activities and family learning, homework clubs, dementia friendly sessions, self help groups, crafts and interest groups and counselling services.
PAPYRUS is the national charity dedicated to the prevention of young suicide. We provide confidential support and advice to young people struggling with thoughts of suicide, and anyone worried about a young person through our helpline, HOPELINEUK.
Workers’ Educational Association (WEA)
Founded in 1903, the WEA is a charity dedicated to bringing high-quality education into the heart of communities. With the support of volunteers and members, we deliver friendly and enjoyable courses for adults from all walks of life. Our tutors specialise in ensuring that everybody has a positive learning experience.
Will Thomas Coaching
Will Thomas is a coach, registered hypnotherapist and award-winning author who works in private practice supporting clients to thrive. He runs ‘Perfectly Wonky Life’, supporting those whose lives didn’t quite turn out as they might. Will is highly qualified and experienced. He loves being outdoors with his Tibetan Terrier, Dory.
Relate’s vision is a future where healthy relationships are actively promoted as the heart of a thriving society. Our mission is to make expert information and support for healthy relationships available to everyone. Through counselling we help people cope in difficult times, find solutions and increase understanding of one another.