The Barnet Wellbeing Service is a collaborative partnership that focuses on improving the emotional and physical wellbeing of people in Barnet. This includes a Tier 4 discharge service, community IAPT wellbeing workshops, as well as the Barnet Wellbeing Hub.
The Barnet Wellbeing Hub is the mental health social prescribing gateway to more than 350 wellbeing services across Barnet. It provides a flexible, holistic, person-centred approach focusing on an individual’s needs and wellbeing, starting with an Emotional Health Check. This is an emotional MOT that employs a person-centred, tailored, social-prescribing approach to help an individual identify goals and needs, and connect them with appropriate wellbeing services. These can be talking therapies, wellbeing and community activities, advocacy services, and information and advice.
The hub hosts a weekly multi-disciplinary team discussion on complex cases, involving clinical managers from NHS services, adult social care and secondary care mental health link workers. It also delivers a monthly Wellbeing Café at the Meritage Centre that offers a safe, social and networking space for service users, as well as working to create volunteering opportunities for individuals.
Please note: All interventions, including the café, are currently delivered via remote digital platforms.
Meridian Wellbeing is the main provider of the Barnet Wellbeing Hub service. As well as the Barnet Wellbeing Hub, Meridian Wellbeing provides a range of core services that include accredited talking therapies, IAPT Step 2 and 3 interventions, Housing Legal Advice from a qualified solicitor, and a range of community wellbeing activities. These include:
The following clinicians can refer to this service: GPs, Healthcare professionals
Referral methods: EMIS managed referral
GP/allied health professional referrals are preferred, with any known history and identified risks.
Complete the Wellbeing Hub Referral Form – Barnet and email to email@example.com
In local EMIS global document library systems as follows:
Self-referrals are accepted via the online form on the website.
t: 03333 449 088
Please note: All interventions including the café are currently delivered via remote digital platforms.