Moving on from and coping with illness can be a rollercoaster ride. We appreciate that everyone is an individual and will need different things at different times.
WSC has a variety of staff members who act as support workers. They are here to listen, help, support and plan. We may not always be the right people for the job though, so we have many partners who can step in with advice and guidance when we can’t. So whether the need is emotional, financial, practical or social we want to help you find the best solution. You never need to feel alone with a problem, we always want to hear from you.
Support staff can be found in the lounge area of the centre. You can ask them directly for support and private rooms are available if you need a chat.
You will also meet with other service users who may have had similar experiences themselves. By building social relationships in the centre, many people come to value the support and lived experience of their peers.
As a centre our ethos is grounded in the belief that compassion and care help people to feel better. No one should ever feel alone or ignored at WSC. If it means something to you, it means something to us.
If you have any questions regarding Support, please contact our Senior Support Worker Paula Cresswell.