Let’s Talk sites offer residents an opportunity to have a face to face conversation about their health and wellbeing and are also a place where people can go for practical advice and guidance.
Each site is different in what support is available as they have been designed to meet the needs of local residents.
At the new Winsford Let’s Talk, residents can drop-in and chat to representatives from adult social care, the community care team, social prescribers as well as service providers such as Brio Leisure.
The Winsford Let’s Talk is open on the last Thursday of every month from 12.30pm to 2pm.
Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Public Health, Councillor Val Armstrong said: “We began offering a Let’s Talk service last year, initially in Ellesmere Port, which proved beneficial to the local community. This was then expanded to Lache and Blacon communities, and now more recently to Winsford.
“People’s health and wellbeing can be affected by lots of different issues including housing and financial challenges, that’s why it’s important for our residents to be able to access the help they need through a friendly conversation.
“We now have four sites across the borough and plans are underway to open up Let’s Talk in Northwich and more rural areas, later in the year.”
To find out locations and opening times of Let’s Talk sites in your area, visit:
Let’s Talk health and wellbeing | Cheshire West and Chester Council
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