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Staffordshire County Council services

*Everyone Health Social isolation service

If you’re feeling lonely or isolated from society, then we’re here to help.

Not only will maintaining a socially interactive life help improve your mental health and make you happier, but avoiding social isolation will also improve your physical wellbeing as well. Studies indicate that loneliness can cause depression, high blood pressure, anxiety, becoming less mobile and increased mortality rates too. In fact, some studies suggest that loneliness can be as bad for you as smoking around 15 cigarettes a day.

Everyone loves a natter

We would like to welcome you to our exciting new social groups where you can meet new people and catch up with friends over a cuppa.

Our relaxed and friendly groups run weekly, and every week you'll have the chance to join in with a varied range of free creative crafts and activities.

To be eligible you just need to be over 50 years old and live in one of our targeted wards in Staffordshire.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Everyone health Staffordshire
Telephone
03330 050095
E-mail
eh.staffs@nhs.net
Website
Everyone Health
Twitter
@EHStaffordshire
Facebook
Everyone Health

Other Details

Availability

Referral Details

We cover 52 specific ward areas which are: Brereton and Ravenhill, Cannock East, Cannock North, Cannock South, Hednesford North, Western Springs, Anglesey, Eton Park, Horninglow, Shobnall, Stapenhill, Winshill, Chadsmead, Curborough, Summerfield and All Saints, Audley and Bignall End, Bradwell, Chesterton, Cross Heath, Holditch, Knutton and Silverdale, Ravenscliffe, Thistleberry, Newcastle Town, Perton Lakeside, Common (Stafford), Coton, Highfields and Western Downs, Manor (Stafford) Penkside, Biddulph East, Leek North, Belgrave,
Bolehall, Castle, Glascote, Mercian (Tamworth), Stonydelph and Chasetown.

Other notes

Please be advised clinics may be subject to change.

Contact us to book your place at your preferred venue, where we will confirm days and times with you.

Last updated: 29 Apr 2019
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