How we work with you…
Welcome to the Somerset Mental Wellbeing
Promoting Mental Wellbeing through connecting
with your community.
We recognise that mental health needs come in a variety of
shapes and sizes, so we don’t assume that your diagnosis defines
We aim to support individuals across Somerset to improve and
maintain their mental wellbeing through access to community
resources and opportunities.
The service is available to those who wish to improve their mental
wellbeing to reduce the impact on their lives with meaningful
You might know what you want to access, but be unsure where to
start, or you might not know exactly where you want to be –
either way we can help you. Things you might want to consider
Local sport or leisure facilities
Work or volunteering opportunities
Learning or training
Exercise and healthy living
Or something completely different
Wellbeing and recovery planning
Wellbeing Navigators will work with you to identify, create and implement your own Wellbeing and Recovery Plan to
enable you to identify and have control over:
The outcomes you want to achieve
What you will do to achieve you personal outcomes
What support you need from others to achieve your outcomes
What you will do to stay well
What to do at times that you find managing your mental health difficult
You will learn about self-management techniques to maintain and improve your mental health and achieve your personal
Peer Support Workshops
You will learn about the principles of peer support and the benefit that support from people with similar lived
experiences can have in promoting good mental health.
Do you want to start your journey towards improved Mental Wellbeing?
Call 01823 255917 or email email@example.com
Compass Disability Services working in partnership with Mind Taunton & West Somerset, Mind South
Somerset Chard Watch CIC.
Unit 11—12 Belvedere Trading Estate, Taunton, TA1 1BH Compass Disability Services is a Registered
Charity No 1099376 and Registered Company No 4245798
Do you want to start your journey towards
improved Mental Wellbeing?
Call 01823 255917
(In crisis? Please phone Samaritans (116 123)
or your GP out of hours service.)