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Do you know someone experiencing hardship?  

The Local Welfare Assistance Scheme (LWAS) is set up to help those in Suffolk who are in need of essential household items or financial support. You can find out more here.





We have a friendly team of Employment Advisers at Wellbeing Suffolk who have supported many people with their employment situation where their mental wellbeing is effected as a result.

During the lockdown period our Employment Advisers have supported many people in their online virtual socials offering advise such as:

The good thing about our virtual socials are that you do not need to self-refer to the service first, you can just click the join link for Zoom when the session begins. These socials are repeated often so keep a look out for them.

We also have a range of webinars that you might find useful as well to share out, we have webinars aimed at all sorts of audiences:

If any of your clients would like support from Wellbeing Suffolk, please know that your clients can self-refer on our website here:

We also have a link for professionals to use to refer their clients to Wellbeing Suffolk:

There is help for young peopley through the Kick Start Scheme for people aged between 16 and 24 yrs, leaving education or finding themselves seeking new employment. 

Further information about this specifi scheme is available on the Youth Employment Scheme poster

Kind Regards

Brandon Lightning / Social Team Community Adviser / Mobile: 07584591164

Monday to Friday: 8:30am-4:30pm      Chat to us directly on our Live Chat here:

Wellbeing Suffolk,   Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust,   Mariner House,  Ipswich,  Suffolk,  IP1 2GA

(Currently working from home) /  Facebook: WellbeingSuffolk