what we offer

How can we help you?

The Hub is for everyone over the age of 18.

This really is true – anybody can benefit from being a member.

We all experience different strains and stresses throughout the day, and we all need an escape. But sometimes we struggle to find that escape and the support we often need.

That’s where The Health and Wellbeing Hub can help you.

We are here to introduce you to an inclusive, safe community, a community that has one big goal in common – a happy, stress-free life. The programme attendance is dictated by you and you are not forced to participate in anything at all.
Everybody needs a safe space to unwind, and The Health & Wellbeing Hub is exactly that.

By becoming a Hub member you will be part of an online community via a member-only 24/7 Facebook page.

Our support is based on a 4-week rolling programme that combines physical and mental workouts to help our community improve and strengthen their mental health.

Our programme consists of:

Once every two weeks on a Monday, you will be invited to an online meeting where we simply all get together and chat.

This does not have to be just bad news and bad days. We also encourage sharing good news, all the little wins and good things that have happened to us too.

We want the Hub community to be a source of guidance for all those little challenges that life presents. For example if you’re going for an interview or writing a C.V, why not use the group to help hone your skills and give you that extra bit of motivation.

The Hub will also have signposting to different areas of mental health support and wellbeing for those who need them.

The Five Pillars of wellbeing

The activities in our support programme have been designed to complement the five pillars of wellbeing

Create relationships. Simply talking to somebody, listening to them, having a conversation. Ask how they are, how their day has been. Really listen to their answer.
Regular activity is associated with lower rates of depression and anxiety. You don’t need to run marathons. Little things can mean big results – walk for 20 minutes a day. Or at the office, take the stairs not the lift.
Being more aware of your surroundings. Be aware of the people around you. Learn to pick up on the signals that indicate what mood they’re in, or what kind of day they’re having.
A willingness to learn and change throughout life encourages self esteem. Read a book, sign up for a class, improve your mental agility.
Helping others makes us feel good. It can reduce stress and improve self-esteem. It helps us strengthen relationships and build new ones.
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