Consultation launched to provide good access to social prescribing across Wales

COVID-19 has had a profound impact on health and well-being, and social prescribing can play a key link in people accessing community-based, non-clinical support that can provide a boost to individuals.

The Deputy Minister for Mental Health and Wellbeing, Lynne Neagle has launched a new consultation on social prescribing, which will seek people’s views to plan a future framework for non-clinical, community-based support, which can include a range of activities, each playing a role in an early preventative approach by enhancing people’s well-being.

The new framework will set out standards, guidance and actions developed at a national level to ensure a consistency of delivery across Wales.

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