If you feel unwell but feel it’s not a serious medical emergency, you can use the NHS 111 Wales Online Symptom.
You can access useful medical advice which helps you determine the best course of action to take. For a medical emergency dial 999.
Click on the image below to access a full list of local wellbeing services in Gwynedd produced by the Gwynedd Health and Wellbeing Partnership.
In addition we have collated a list of local services (below) which we are constantly updating so if there’s anything you feel we should add here, please let us know:
Click here to access the BCUHB website and find information on the North Wales COVID-19 Vaccination Programme, including answers to Frequently Asked Questions and how to let them know if you need a new or first appointment.
Click here to visit the Beat website. Beat provides helpline and information for adults and young people, offering a supportive environment to talk about eating disorders and how to get help. Call 0808 8010677 or click above.
Click here to join Dementia Actif Gwynedd fitness classes. Classes are open to all members of the public if they sign up through this link.
And something new that’s not digital! – Pen Pals Project: Love writing? Like to be connected with a youngster so you can share stories and interests? Or maybe you’d just like to receive a letter, that’s ok too. For more information call 07768 988095 or contact: email@example.com
Click here or call 0845 4647 for the NHS out of hours helpline and information about the way in which dental practices are operating during the COVID-19 pandemic. We cannot provide dental treatment or advice at Tywyn Health Centre.
Click here to visit the Farming Community Network website. They are a voluntary community supporting farmers and their families. Whether the issue is personal or business-related, FCN is there for you. We run a confidential, national helpline (03000111999) and e-helpline (firstname.lastname@example.org) which is open every day of the year from 7am to 11pm. Their volunteers provide free, confidential, pastoral and practical support to anyone who seeks help.
Click here to visit the South Gwynedd Foodbank website. You’ll find details of where our local bank is, how to obtain vouchers and what you’ll receive in your food parcel.
Click here to visit Gwynedd council’s website or call 01766 771000. Select from the following options:
- Option 1 – For waste collection
- Option 2 – For the registrar
- Option 3 – For council tax & benefits
Tywyn Hospital can provide hearing batteries. Please call 03000 850 026 for details.
Call 03000852429 to contact our local mental health team.
Click here to access Mind Active Monitoring. The course provides six weeks guided self-help for anxiety, depression, self-esteem, and more.
To get started, talk to your GP, or any other health professional, or sign up directly at:
Nightingale House Hospice run six-week Positive Action Programmes every month to educate & support people to self-manage their concerns & achieve improvement in their quality of life. Contact occupational therapist; Clare Williams email@example.com or call 01978 316800 for more information.
Click here to visit the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board webpage. Search MSD, then select and open the ARMA page from search results
Click here to access Parabl Talking Therapies. They provide short-term therapeutic interventions for individuals facing common mental health difficulties or challenging life events which may be impacting on their emotional wellbeing.
Click here to join the PRINCIPLE Trial. Tywyn Health Centre is a member of this trail which aims to find low-risk treatments for older people with COVID. To be eligible you need to have experienced COVID symptoms for less than 15 days. The trial is open to people:
- aged 65 and over.
- 18-64 years & experiencing shortness of breath as part of COVID-19 illness.
- 18-64 years with certain underlying health conditions.
Click here to visit the Reading Well website. Reading Well supports you to understand and manage your health and wellbeing using helpful reading.
The books are all recommended by health experts, as well as people with lived experience of the conditions and topics covered and their relatives and carers.
You can be recommended a title by a health professional, or you can visit your local library and take a book out yourself.
There are five booklists available:
- Reading Well for mental health
- Reading Well for young people
- Reading Well for children
- Reading Well for dementia
- Reading Well for long term conditions.
Click here to visit the RCS Workforce website. In these challenging times, RCS are working hard to support people at work, bringing people together in a virtual community of support.
They offer one-to-one support (over the phone, Skype or Whatsapp) to keep you chipper. Free counselling or talking therapies over the phone
Tips for happy and healthy home-working. Positive action for employers to help keep your workforce healthy. Their team is now home-based, but as passionate and positive as ever about improving lives. Just call on 01745 336442 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to visit the Samaritans website or call 116 123 for free. Whatever you’re going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. They are there for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Click here to visit the website for Save a Life Cymru and learn CPR. Touch Someone’s Life, is a campaign, to encourage everybody in Wales to learn CPR skills so that they are confident of the steps they need to take when a person has a cardiac arrest.
Click here to visit the website for our local sexual health clinics. Condoms and emergency contraception are provided at all of the clinics listed. See the website for the full range of screening and treatments available.
Click here to access the SilverCloud online course which offers support for anxiety, depression, and much more, all based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
Anyone aged 16 or over can sign up.
Click here to visit the website for the Tan y Maen Wellbeing Project in Tywyn. Tan y Maen offer an informal and supportive environment to help people with common issues around mental health and wellbeing.
Contact Joanna Houseman (Tel: 07495 127245, email: email@example.com).
Click here to visit the MASTA – find a local travel clinic webpage. Other private travel clinics are available and some local GP practices may offer a travel clinic locally.
We are not running a travel clinic at Tywyn Health Centre currently.