The Denbighshire Community Navigator & Social Prescribing Service is available to provide information, advice and assistance to help people with their well-being and to remain independent at home.
Our Navigators offer information, advice and assistance allowing you to make the right choice for what you need, so you’re in control of your independence and able to achieve your goals. Our support is tailored around what matters to you, and maintaining your health and wellbeing.
This service is for adults of all ages living in Denbighshire, that need additional support with non-medical issues such as, isolation, loneliness, loss of motivation and loss of confidence. Our Navigators will conduct a personal assessment to determine what matters to you and how they can help you, and signpost you to suitable support in the community.
We provide a range of support to members of the community including:
- Information about befriending schemes, online groups, social groups.
- Support for people impacted by bereavement.
- Help to those caring for a loved one.
- Signposting people with financial concerns to services that can help.
- Giving advice and resources for specific issues such as stroke or dementia.
- Support for people to remain independent in their own home, such as finding a cleaners, or hot meal delivery services.
For more information about the Navigators, or to access support contact the Denbighshire Single Point of Access Team on Tel: 0300 456 1000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Denbighshire Community Navigator and Social Prescribing Service is a partnership between Age Connects NWC and British Red Cross, supported by Denbighshire County Council and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.