Wellbeing Information and Signposting for Herefordshire

If you’re looking for help – whether it’s information on support groups, mental health, coronavirus, the flu jab, giving up smoking, how to stay healthy, cooking on a budget – check out Herefordshire’s Talk Community website which has a multitude of helpful contacts and important information that will help you to look after yourself.

Talk Community Hubs

Talk Community Hubs are located across Herefordshire and provide a safe place where people can access up to date wellbeing information and signposting to local and national resources. They also connect people to services, groups and activities, either within the local area or across the county, which can help them support their own wellbeing and independence.

The hubs also help bring people together and build friendships, whilst further strengthening our local communities, which are the beating heart of Herefordshire.

Each Talk Community Hub is unique, as it’s a reflection of its local community. A hub might be developed within an existing setting, which already operates in the community, such as a community centre, church or café or it can be something completely new.

Hubs are run by amazing staff and / or volunteers from the local community, in partnership with Herefordshire Council.

Did you know Ross Community Development is a Talk Community Hub?

Although we do not have a physical hub where you can visit us, our helpline volunteers are trained to signpost you using the talk community directory. So if you need to access information, give us a call on 01989 313002 and we will do our best to help.