About the Social Prescribing Service

Social Prescribing is a way in which we can help patients to link with a range of local, non-medical activities, opportunities and support that can improve their health and wellbeing. Social Prescribers give patients time to focus on ‘What Matters to me’ and taking a holistic approach to health and well-being, by connecting patients to community groups for practical and emotional support. We support existing community groups to be accessible and sustainable, and work collaboratively with all local partners.

The Quiet Café

Want to meet new people and talk freely in a calm safe space? Drop in for a free coffee and make new friends with similar interests.

Free tea and coffee, Every Friday 10 – 12noon (starts 5 Jan)

Forest Community Centre, Bordon GU35 0BS (behind Lidl), Free parking directly outside

Come to talk over your problems with your local GP Social Prescribing Link Worker in a separate private room and discover the local support services available to help. No appointment necessary.

 

 

 

 

    Social Prescribing Registration Form

    Step 1 of 3

    Are you registering on behalf of someone else?
    YesNo
    Please tell us more about the support you require?*

    Which GP practice are you registered with?*

    *required

    Social Prescriber Registration Form

    Step 2 of 3

    Your First Name*

    Your Surname*

    Date of Birth*

    Telephone/Mobile Number*

    Email*

    House Number/Name and Street Name*

    Town*

    County*

    Post Code*

    *required

    Social Prescriber Registration Form

    Step 3 of 3

    NHS Number (if known)