Health support

We run a number of services to help you with your health and wellbeing. Find out more below.

Health Link

Health Link, part of Homeless Health Service, was set up to provide homeless people with a drop-in health service to treat their physical and mental health needs. The nursing team support clients who are dealing with severe problems due to homelessness, and often treat people who find it difficult to access other health services. Many are at high risk and use A&E repeatedly.

Positive Step

Positive Step works with 2,500 people in North Somerset every year, offering a variety of psychological support, including cognitive behavioural therapy, psycho-educational courses and one to one sessions.

Wellbeing Therapies

A team of Wellness Advisors and Cognitive Behavioural Therapists with a wealth of experience are on hand to support the recovery and wellbeing of patients referred to our service.

Community Rehabilitation

The Community Rehabilitation Service specialises in working with people with long-term mental health and complex needs. Its focus is to help people gain the skills and confidence to live as independently as possible in the community.

Community Mental Health Services

Second Step is the leading voluntary sector organisation in this partnership delivering Community Mental Health Services with Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health NHS Partnership Trust (AWP). 

Hope project

The Hope Project provides short-term emotional and practical support for men aged between 30 and 64, specifically those who are in psychological distress or have recently self-harmed, but are not currently using other mental health services.

Bristol Ageing Better Wellbeing Therapies

Bristol Ageing Better Wellbeing Therapies is a small friendly team of experienced professionals who will work with you to improve your mental health and wellbeing. Our therapists help you create goals that are important to you. We provide free one-to-one sessions in the home for those who find it difficult to access therapies elsewhere; this could be due to mobility issues or a lack of confidence.