Where to get support to look after your wellbeing in Hertfordshire and beyond

Carers in Herts

Provides free advice, information and support to unpaid carers who supports an older person who may have a disability, physical or mental health and/or addiction challenge.

01992 586 969
www.carersinherts.org.uk

Guideposts

Guideposts offers information, advice and community based services focusing
on helping people build on their strengths, maintain independence and develop
connections.
www.guideposts.org.uk/hertfordshire-services

Herts Help

Offers a gateway for Hertfordshire residents & professionals, to access of local
organisations and services. Trained advisors offer support and information to
help people make positive changes.

0300 123 4044
www.hertshelp.net

HAFLS

Hertfordshire Adult and Family Learning Service (HAFLS) runs a wide range of
approved courses for adults aged 19+, aimed to help improve people’s lives.
01992 556194

Hertfordshire Mind Network

Offers mental health support to people over 18 and a dedicated service for
younger people 15-18 year old. Creating opportunities for people with mental
health challenges to make choices, find solutions, build resilience and manage
their life and wellbeing. Working across Watford, Hemel Hempstead,
Borehamwood, Potters Bar, Bishop Stortford, Cheshunt and Waltham Cross.

020 3727 3600
www.hertsmindnetwork.org

The Living Room

Offers free daytime support and abstinence-based treatment for all addicitons:
drug, alcohol and behavioural.

0300 365 0304
www.livingroomherts.org

New Leaf Wellbeing College

Offers a range of free educational coutures that give people the skills to better
manage their own wellbeing. The emphasis is recovery and self-management.


01442 864966
www.newleafcollege.co.uk

Spectrum CGL

Offers support to people with alcohol, drug addictions and people experiencing
domestic abuse and homelessness etc. Helping them to regain control and
change the direction of their live.

https://changegrowlive.org

Wellbeing Service

Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
Offers free confidential talking therapy and support to people experiencing
emotional difficulties such as anxiety, depression and stress.

Support in a crisis: 0300 777 0707
www.talkwellbeing.co.uk
Immediate support: 111

Resources

Domestic Violence

For concerns about domestic violence
08088 088088 Free phone

National Debtline

For confidential support
0808 8084000

NHS Choices

Provides information about health and specific symptoms and treatment.
www.nhs.uk

Safeguarding Adults

If you have any concerns about the welfare of an adult contact Hertfordshire County Council Adult Social Care Team.
0300 1234042

Safeguarding Children

If you have any concerns about the welfare of a child contact Hertfordshire County Council Children’s Social Care Team
0300 1234043