A service for people living in Wrexham county to improve the health and wellbeing of older and vulnerable people, and support and maintain independent living. Click here for more information and to find out if there is a community agent in your area.
Denbighshire Single Point of Access (SPoA) / Talking Points
can provide information, advice and assistance about services to support Denbighshire residents’ health and wellbeing. For SPoA contact details click here.
Talking Points have a drop in service at Llangollen library every Tuesday morning. For further information please click here or contact a member of our Patient Services Team.
A befriending service for any adult or young person in the Llangollen and Glyn Ceiriog area who may feel:
- Lonely and would like company
- Isolated from their local community
- Unable to do things on their own
Help Me Quit
Stop smoking advice and support.For more information visit their website at www.helpmequit.wales. They also run a surgery at Llangollen Health Centre every Thursday. To book an appointment please contact a member of our Patient Services Team.
Welsh Eye Care Services
Support with low vision or for anyone with an eye problem that needs urgent attention. Search for services at the website www.eyecare.wales.nhs.uk.
Sexual Health Service
Please click here for details of the services offered by the Sexual Health Service, location of clinics and how to make an appointment.
Advance Brighter Futures
Support for mental health. Visit the website at www.advancebrighterfutureswrexham.co.uk
Dementia Red / Alzheimers Society
Their services include:
- Dementia Support Workers
- Carer Information and Support Programme
- Befriending and Side by Side
- Singing for the Brain™
- Memory Cafes
- Dementia RED
- Service User Involvement
For more information visit the website at www.alzheimers.org.uk
CAIS is a registered charity and leading voluntary sector provider of personal support services in Wales. They help people who are having problems with addictions, mental health, personal development and employment – as well as offering assistance and information to their families and friends.
Visit their website at www.cais.co.uk.