Services available at the Jan Cutting Healthy Living Centre
- Housing, legal benefits, debt support, care advocacy
- Counselling, befriending and other support groups
- Employment and volunteering
- Education, training, learning and digital inclusion
- Healthy lifestyles and health promotion
- Social and peer support activities
- Arts, crafts and therapeutic activities
- Work clubs and IT training
- Lunch clubs and social activities
Healthy Living Centre resident organisations
- Plymouth Information and Advice for Special Educational Needs and Disability
- Livewell Family Nurses
- One Stop Advocacy
- Eat That Frog CIC
- Healthwatch and Heads Count
- South West Counselling Training Hub
- Heartbeat Cardiac rehabilitation Gym (onsite)
- Tracey Mitchel Complimentary Therapies
Drop in services
- Livewell One You Clinic - NHS health Check, smoking cessation, healthy eating, 'drinking less and moving more'
- Plymouth Credit Union
- Howard and Over legal advice
- Daily Work club and IT training
- Crisis Café
- Elder Tree Befriending over 50s Active Steps, Pilates and Tai Chi
- Miranda Supertone
- Fitness League
- Wolseley Trust ladies only exercise to music and kettle bell sessions
- Ford Gym Martial arts for youngsters
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Plymouth Eating Disorders Group
- Dr Joanne Porter autistic support for families
- Stroke Association
- Cornwall Mobility
- PIAS Strengthening Families
How to make a referral
Pop in and speak to any member of the team.
Alternatively, complete our simple referral form and we'll get in touch. Once we know what help, information and advice you need we will connect you with the right people that can support you.
Make a referral and request support
We're here to help you.
What are Wellbeing Hubs?
12 Wellbeing Hubs will open across neighbourhoods over the next two years as part of an initiative designed to focus on prevention and make services easier to access in neighbourhoods.
Plymouth's Wellbeing Hubs have four main aims
- To improve the health and wellbeing outcomes for local people
- To reduce inequalities in health and wellbeing
- To improve people's experience of care
- To improve the sustainability of the health and wellbeing system
We also work in partnership with a range of organisations in the city who can provide additional health and wellbeing support
The generic offer of every hub includes health advocacy, debt advice, mental health support, opportunities to volunteer, employment advice, signposting of local and citywide providers of health services.
The hubs are a key part of the city's One System, One Aim vision which looks to transform care by taking a different approach.
- From patients to people - the hubs will be designed to engage with people recognising they have strengths and assets and with support can achieve outcomes without being viewed as patients who need things doing to them
- From care settings to places and communities - the hubs will be a place and community-based offer and will help to develop communities that care
- From what's the matter with you to what matters to you - the plan is to focus on the assets of individuals and build on that to achieve the things they want to achieve
- From illness management to wellness support - the focus is on prevention and wellbeing