Wellbeing Hub

About ‘Wellbeing Hub’

The Wellbeing Hub provides an access point for people requiring wellbeing services to maintain or improve their mental wellbeing. It offers a triage service, a range of information and advice, and signposting to other community based services that support emotional wellbeing. We also work with people on a one to one and group level. The service itself offers a wide range of courses/workshops and groups in a friendly and welcoming environment. These include coping with anxiety and depression, self-esteem and confidence building, mindfulness, relaxation and 5 ways to wellbeing. To be eligible for the service, the individual must be: 18 years old or over; registered with a GP in Birmingham, within the Cross City Clinical Commissioning Group boundaries; keen to consider different ways of improving mental health; experiencing stress, anxiety, depression whilst not under the care of specialist mental health services.

This service is part of the organisation called Birmingham Mind

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Birmingham Mind Wellbeing Hub, The Beechcroft Centre

Location Birmingham Mind Wellbeing Hub, The Beechcroft Centre, 501 Slade Road, Birmingham, B23 7JG
Opening hours
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
(Closed All Day)
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Birmingham Mind Wellbeing Hub, The Beechcroft Centre

Taking on new patients? Yes
Accessibilty Public transport access Parking Disabled parking Wheelchair friendly Wheelchair friendly Service can provide own interpreter
Costs Service is fully funded
Waiting time No more than 1 week
Treatment time No more than 1 week
Exclusion information people who are not registered with cross city clinical commissioning group GPs cannot access the services

About me

Age 19yrs +
What's on your mind?
Difficult feelings
Anxiety disorder Depression Social anxiety Stress
Relationship problems
Depression Social anxiety

Who can benefit?

Young Adults

What help is there?

Therapy or support
Digital and self-help
Guided self-help
Mindfulness-based stress reduction
Peer mentoring

Where can I go?

Service type
Social and life skills support
Education services Information & advice services Social and emotional learning programmes
Place In the community Over phone