If your need for help is in anyway life threatening call 999 straight away.
If you have an urgent need for help of any kind which is not life threatening please call 01223 320420 or email email@example.com.
HI Friends Village Wellbeing Support is available to help village residents with their non–medical wellbeing needs at this difficult time and in the future.
Sefanit our Mental Wellbeing Worker: 07860 654456 and firstname.lastname@example.org
“We understand that this may be a time when you might be feeling particularly worried or anxious. If things are feeling a bit difficult at the moment and you would like to speak to someone in confidence, or if you would just like more information how to look after your mental well being at the moment, we are here to listen- please do contact me.”
Paul our Older Peoples Worker: 07772 437789 and email@example.com
“Please do contact me if you require support as an older person or as a carer of an older person.”
Margaret our Dementia Worker: firstname.lastname@example.org
“I can provide emotional support and co-ordinate provisions and other practical necessities for any type of informal carers and people living with dementia.”
Please email Margaret first and she will contact you back. Otherwise call Paul as above.
Carer Support Network available through new HI Carers Facebook group page.
Ren our activity leader of the Post-natal Support group HI Mothers Circle: email@example.com
“I can offer support and information for anybody who has general, non-medical concerns during pregnancy or the postnatal period. Also see our new HI Parents Facebook group page.“ Please email Ren first and she can contact you back.
Peter from the Hope Again Bereavement Support group: 07707 263353 and firstname.lastname@example.org
“Members of the group can provide support and advice if a loved one or a friend has died.“
Please note: these roles are part time so if you leave a message you will receive contact within two working days
There’s more HIFRIENDS VILLAGE WELLBEING INFORMATION AVAILABLE AT
https://www.hifriends.org.uk/wellbeing and FriendsHICommunity