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Rutland Community Wellbeing Service, One Year On

Date Published: 31 May 2018
Rutland Community Wellbeing Service

The Rutland Community Wellbeing Service helps Rutland residents and communities to improve their health and wellbeing and has now been up and running for a year.

During the past year,  the Service has helped more than 4,000 referrals people by providing advice, information and support in relation to debt, welfare, housing, homelessness, Dementia, sensory impairment, substance misuse, smoking, healthy lifestyles and volunteering. 

The Rutland Community Wellbeing Service website provides information about the service, what’s on offer, news and events, volunteering opportunities, self help links, funding information for community and voluntary sector organisation and also details on how to refer and to access the service.

“I am delighted that the Rutland Community Wellbeing Service has had such a positive impact for Rutland residents.  It has helped to change people’s lives for the better.  Not only is it a more effective use of Council resources, but more importantly we know that people get added benefit from accessing a range of services from one place.”
Cllr Alan Walters, Portfolio Holder for Adult Social Care and Health

The service which includes – Citizens Advice Rutland,  Spire Homes, The Bridge (East Midlands) and Age UK Leicester Shire and Rutland, and Vista will be at the Rutland Show on 3rd June.

Find out how the Rutland Community Wellbeing Service can help you. Call 01572 725 805 or email: info@rutlandrap.org.uk

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