We will provide a monthly newsletter and coffee mornings as well as some additional training if you want it! Find our newsletters here

 

You can sign up to be a Torfaen Wellbeing Friend by joining our Torfaen Wellbeing Friends Facebook  group and / or receive regular emails from us by joining our mailing list. To sign up e-mail Torfaen.WellbeingFriends.ABB@wales.nhs.uk

What is a Community Explorer?

Community Explorers are people who feedback what the community are saying about the issues that matter to them. We will provide opportunities for this feedback to be shared with relevant partners and help to scope out possible solutions to local problems. We are currently offering this to people who live in Blaenavon, Croesyceiliog or Llanyrafon. If you are interested in getting involved please email Torfaen.WellbeingFriends.ABB@wales.nhs.uk

 

 

 

 

GDPR statement

 

The Wellbeing Friends programme is supported by Aneurin Bevan University Health Board Public Health Team. Information submitted may be stored and processed electronically for the purposes of delivering services, supplying information and to enable statistical analysis.

 

Data may be shared to other parts of the organisation, partner organisations (GAVO / TVA), companies or contractors operating on our behalf to enable this to take place. We follow appropriate security procedures in the storage and disclosure of personal information so as to prevent unauthorised access by third parties. We also require those parties to whom we transfer personal information to comply with the same.

Please note that as part of signing up to be a Wellbeing Friend and further to the legitimate interests of Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, you will automatically be subscribed to receive updates by email. You can unsubscribe and be removed from the Wellbeing Friends register at any time. You can do this by sending an email to the Torfaen.WellbeingFriends.ABB@wales.nhs.uk mailbox stating ‘OPT OUT’ in the subject.

Being a Torfaen Wellbeing Friend means sharing local information on wellbeing to help people know what’s available to  them This could be part of your normal day as you share a post you find useful on social media or it could be you have friends or family who don’t use social media and you let them know about it in person. Letting them know about local activities that you are aware of or how to access support groups, services and information which could help their wellbeing