Taking care of our own mental wellbeing, and that of our loved ones has never been more important. 


Aneurin Bevan University Health Board has developed the melo website with partners to look after the mental wellbeing of people living and working in Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport, and Torfaen.




Dewis Cymru is the place to go if you want information or advice about your wellbeing – or want to know how you can help somebody else.

When we talk about your wellbeing, we don’t just mean your health. We mean things like where you live, how safe and secure you feel, getting out and about, and keeping in touch with family and friends.

No two people are the same and well-being means different things to different people. Dewis Cymru will help you find out more about what matters to you.

It contains information that can help you think about what matters to you, and information about people and services in your area that can help you with the things that matter to you.







Being creative is vital to our wellbeing and, indeed, health.


CWTSH is a creative wellbeing network comprising partners based primarily by partners in the Caerphilly County Borough area and supported financially and logistically by Caerphilly CBC Arts Development, Aneurin Bevan Integrated Wellbeing Networks (Caerphilly), Head 4 Arts and Fusion.

Its aim is to develop and support creative activities that sustain and enhance wellbeing in our communities, working with our communities. Importantly most CWTSH activities are online and so are available to people living across the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board area.



Education Programmes for Patients (EPP)

The Education Programme for Patients Team provide a fantastic range of self-management health and wellbeing courses and workshops for people living with, or caring for someone with, a health condition. Including: Living with Long Term Health Conditions, Living with Chronic Pain and Cancer – ‘Thriving & Surviving’.


All courses are delivered by friendly Volunteer Tutors, whom have similar health conditions and have been EPP course participants in the past. In response to the first lockdown, these courses are now offered virtually through Zoom