The clients that Living Well services will support include people​​

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With a mental health diagnosis

including schizophrenia, affective disorders, personality disorder, ‘emotional dysregulation’, ADHD and autism

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With poor mental health

but without a diagnosed mental illness

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With a history of mental illness

and a history of accessing secondary mental health care, but who have been managed in primary care for a while and are now distressed or agitated and risk slipping into crisis

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In emotional distress

experiencing difficult life events such as problems with social isolation, housing, employment or benefits

Who is Living Well for?

Living Well services are designed to be
easily accessible and welcoming. 
They are often targeted at people who fall between the gaps of traditional services.

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Meet the people using Living Well

Browse through the gallery below to get acquainted with personas representing people who come to a Living Well service.

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Marnie

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Marnie has been struggling with depression and emotional instability. She visits her GP every other week and is not recovering.

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Jay

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Jay is living on his own in student accommodation. He hasn’t made many friends at Uni and is having trouble with concentration.

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Rose

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Rose has been feeling verydistressed, confused and struggling with insomnia after the death of her husband.

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Tony

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Tony has been struggling with his mental health since the recent death of a close friend. He stopped taking his medication and started drinking.

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Rita

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Rita has recently had troubles with rent arrears and is facing eviction.

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Matt

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Matt was a successful marketing professional until his divorce, when his life unravelled.

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