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Friday, 28 September 2018

IMPACT - Swindon & Wiltshire Active Recovery Service

We are dedicated to promoting wellbeing and recovery from addiction when you feel ready to take those steps.

Swindon & Wiltshire Active Recovery Service (IMPACT) is a free & confidential service for anyone who is concerned about their own or someone else's substance use. Our team of specialist works are skilled in helping people decide what changes they want to make, and whether you need intensive support or just some brief advice, we will support you.

We provide evening sessions for those who cannot attend during the working day and can offer online tools to make accessing support as easy as possible.

If you can’t stop taking a substance even when you want to, or how much you use plays on your mind, you may benefit from having a chat with one of our team members. Fill in our assessment form or call us on 0345 603 6993.

To visit the website, CLICK HERE

Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Updated Colerne To Chippenham School Bus Timetable

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Monday, 17 September 2018

Mental Health App For Veterans

Following the successful launch of the innovative Joining Forces Mental Health Awareness app for Serving Military Personnel, a similar app is now also available for veterans. 

The Veterans Mental Heath app includes help and guidance on key mental conditions, much like the Joining Forces app. 

It also features videos of veterans telling their own stories. One veteran who has used the app said: It really helped me to know I am not alone. 

The app can be download for free on Apple or Android devices and users can receive guidance and identify with those in similar situations. 

The Ministry of Defence is committed to providing access to mental health services to members of the armed forces, their families and veterans. 

This includes access to the Combat Stress 24-hour helpline, e-learning packages for GPs, and the Big White Wall, an online service providing help 24/7.