The Health and Wellbeing Network offers an independent, co-ordinated approach across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to provide information and advice for both health professionals and members of the public on the services offered primarily by voluntary sector organisations.
The role of the Network is to provide simple access and a ‘One Stop Shop’ to the voluntary sector. The Network will keep up to date with the services and activities available within Cambridgeshire and Peterborough and will provide information and where required signpost clients / patients to the most appropriate service for them.. The voluntary sector offers a wide range of services including benefits checks, carer support, community transport, home help and adaptations, social support, befriending and many others. For a full list please see the services section – however if you can’t find what you are looking for please contact us for advice.
‘Not for profit’ organisations can sign up free of charge to become members of the Network. As a member organisation, you will be invited to regular Health and Wellbeing Network events (3 x per year), signpost users to your organisation, help to promote your services at events, directly with health professionals and via the website and forward relevant information we receive on funding and other initiatives that may be of interest. For more information on becoming a member please click on the members’ tab.
For information on services available in Peterborough please visit the Peterborough Plus website at https://www.peterboroughplus.co.uk.