Join the next Zero Suicide Alliance training hosted by Barnet Wellbeing Service & Barnet Public Health on the 7th of February 2024! It will be held from 12.30 PM to 1.30 PM and it is an online event. Learn to start vital life-saving conversations. Sign up here: bit.ly/ZSA0702
Our next quarterly Hub Connections event in collaboration with the NCL Cancer Alliance is on February 28th 2024 at The Meritage Centre! Chaired by Cllr Zahra Beg, the focus is on 'Closing the Care Gap,' with speakers from Macmillan, wellbeing activities, and networking opportunities with local service providers. Register here: https://bit.ly/42dxaB0
The Barnet Wellbeing Service provides access to a wide range of services and activities to help you with your mental health and emotional wellbeing. It is delivered through a variety of wellbeing and mental health providers across Barnet.
How does it work?
The Barnet Wellbeing Service works with you to improve your mental and physical health through a programme of activities and goal setting. The service aims to support you to make positive changes in your life.
We provide a variety of services to help you build resilience and improve your mental health:
Counselling (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies, IAPT)
By accessing the wellbeing service, you can strengthen your mental health resilience and work towards a positive and active you.
What do we offer?
We offer a telephone befriending service for adults 18-55 who may be experiencing isolation or loneliness and we can support those with undiagnosed and diagnosed mental health conditions.
Barnet Wellbeing Hub
The Barnet Wellbeing Hub serves as the front door of the Barnet Wellbeing Service, connecting residents with services and activities to improve their emotional and mental wellbeing.
Community IAPT provides accessible treatment if you are experiencing common mental health problems such as anxiety and depression.
Mind in Enfield and Barnet deliver a Recovery College through Barnet and Southgate College. Barnet residents can access up to 12 specialised courses to improve self- management and increase their confidence.
Barnet Young People Thrive offers wellbeing webinars to Middlesex University students and mental health support services to young people aged 16-25 years transitioning to adulthood.
Your Voice - Hub Connections
Barnet Wellbeing Service runs quarterly public events that bring together residents, service providers and people with lived experience to share their journeys, explore good practices and new opportunities.
How Do I Access the Barnet Wellbeing Service
The Barnet Wellbeing Service is free. You need to be 16 and over, a resident in Barnet and registered with a Barnet GP to access the service. There are two ways to make a referral to the Wellbeing Hub. Please click on of the buttons below to fill out our online form.
Alternatively, if you'd like to print out a paper version, please click the links below.
Self-referral, please fill in the form here.
Agency or GP referral, please fill in the form here.
Please return your completed form to email@example.com
Please contact us if you have any questions or need help filling in the form? You can also call the hub on 03333 449 088
You will also find additional information and activities available in Barnet that you can self-refer to, have a look through our services tab.
Wellbeing Matters is the Barnet's Wellbeing Service fortnightly newsletter which brings you fun and helpful ideas and ways to keep you informed and cheerful. Using the 5 ways to Wellbeing, we suggest ways to Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Learn and Give.
To sign up for Wellbeing Matters, please fill in your details here.
If you have any questions or ideas to share; please contact:
Wellbeing Service Newsletter
“I had been unwell, feeling depressed. I started attending Ursula's flower workshop at the Wellbeing Hub. I have learnt a new skill. I make my flowers last longer than a week. Thank you Ursua, I look forward to your sessions. ”
Wellbeing Hub Flower Bank -class attendee