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Wellbeing Information

Onelife Suffolk

OneLife Suffolk over a range of services: 

Adult Weight Management

Stop Smoking

Get Help To Get Active

Families & Young People

                   Anyone can self refer for these services. For more information please click on to the following link 

onelifesuffolk.co.uk

or call 01473 718193


Waves a Personality Disorder Service at Suffolk Mind

Waves is an innovative service for people with a diagnosis of or traits of, Borderline Personality Disorder. It offers a weekly staffed facility in Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich Felixstowe and Haverhill, providing a safe, supportive and empowering environment. The Waves service is available to clients for a 12 month period and offers: 

  • The chance for people to learn new skills in order to help themselves maintain their own mental wellbeing.
  • Help to individuals in building their confidence and self-esteem.
  • Help to clients to make positive connections and achieve personal goals.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT www.suffolkmind.org.uk/services/personality-disorder-service-waves OR CALL 0300 111 6000


The Wellbeing Suffolk website contains self help information and resources to help you access the support you need

Please click on the link below to access it

www.wellbeingsuffolk.co.uk

or alternatively call Wellbeing Suffolk on 03001231781


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