Social Prescribing at CWTC

 “Take control of your health and get the right help, at the right time in the right place.”

 What is Social Prescribing?

Taking care of your health and wellbeing involves more than just medicine. You can improve your health and wellbeing through Social Prescription.

Social prescribing links patients/local people with health conditions to non-medical support to improve their health and wellbeing.

Social Prescribing at CWTC

Our aim to support people in improving your health and social welfare, make a great and good life choice through Social Prescribing at CWTC.

At CWTC, we provide:

  • activities to patients/local people connecting them to our creative arts activities exercise
  • wellbeing café
  • health awareness sessions
  • information and advice through health and social services
  • volunteering opportunities helping to reduce social isolation and improving mental and physical health.

By engaging in the activities at CWTC, the benefits are:

  • Improve your mental and physical health
  • Meet new people
  • Learn a new skill or participate in a new activity
  • Increase self-confidence and self esteem
  • View a person, as a person rather than a condition or disability
  • Better quality of life
  • Reduce isolation

How to access our services?

Simply talk to your GP, surgery staff, medical centres or fill in our self-referral form or social prescribing form at your surgery or online at: and one of our staff will contact you.

If you would like more information on Social Prescribing and take part in activities at CWTC to improve your wellbeing, please contact: