We are now actively taking part in signposting health, all patients contacting the practice will be asked the reason for their appointment request to be able to signpost patients appropriately, reducing the need to book GP appointments unnecessarily and hopefully improving access for patients that really need to be seen For More Information click here
This is a service provided to support patients experiencing mental health issues in Nottingham, The service Provides a telephone helpline, accessible drop in, and signposting service for people seeking support with their mental health, appointments are available in the practice
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The service offer offers information, advice and support for patients diagnosed with conditions affecting memory and their carers. If you have questions or concerns about dementia the local office address is Castle Heights, 72 Maid Marian Way, Nottingham NG1 6BJ Phone: 0115 934 3800
Up to one in four people will experience mental health problems at some point in their lives and it’s vital that the right services are in place to support them. Language and other cultural barriers can make it a real challenge to find the right support, which is where STEPS comes in. It’s a free service, aimed specifically at Nottingham’s local black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities. STEPS offers one-to-one and group support to people with mental health needs, which helps identify these needs and addresses them through personalised support plans. This in turn helps customers achieve greater independence and a sense of control.
The Nottingham Signposting Service acts as a Gateway to other local services in Nottingham
The service is available to people aged over 60 who live in Nottingham City and need short term support to help them live independently. Although designed to provide short-term support, depending on an individual’s circumstances it can continue for a longer period.
The service provide care and support to carers. They can provide assessments, counselling, support groups, breaks, access to health and wellbeing facilities, just get in touch