Herriot Wellbeing Network

Herriot’s Wellbeing Network offers physical, practical, emotional, social and spiritual support, tailored to a person’s individual needs.

Herriot’s Wellbeing Network offers physical, practical, emotional, social and spiritual support, tailored to a person’s individual needs. Together with health and social care partners across the region, Herriot Hospice Homecare is developing a range of outpatient services to help local people access the right support, at the right time, in the right place.

The support available includes outpatient clinics to help people affected by terminal illness to manage symptoms, as well as accessing peer support groups and professional advice.

As our plans take shape to transform the former Lambert Memorial Hospital into a hub of care and support, the building is set to offer inpatient care at the heart of Thirsk as well as providing a base for our growing outpatient services, including our Wellbeing Network.

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We are currently engaging with you, the community we serve, to ensure we deliver services at Herriot Hospice@The Lambert which benefit you the most. Please check back here for updates, or if you’d like to receive the latest updates direct to your inbox, please sign up to our newsletter.

Herriot Wellbeing Network services

1:1 emotional support

You can talk on a 1:1 basis with our Wellbeing Network team, about anything which concerns you regarding terminal illness. This may range from questions and worries around practical, emotional or financial issues which are part of the journey towards end of life. Where appropriate, our team may refer you to other types of support. Anyone affected by terminal illness is welcome to join us for a series of 1:1 sessions, and the service can also support with memory work, leaving messages for a friend or family member. Herriot can also provide this service via home visits.

Access to this support is via a health professional, who can email wellbeing@herriothh.org.uk or call (01423) 878 189

Weekly drop-in at Sowerby Parochial Hall, every Tuesday, 2-4pm

If you’re affected by terminal illness, bereavement or emotional wellbeing, our wellbeing team invite you to drop into Sowerby Parochial Hall every Tuesday, 2-4pm. You can access information and meet others for peer support over a cuppa.

Please note: New venue from February 6. Sowerby Parochial Hall,The Flatts, Sowerby, Thirsk, YO7 1JG

Befriending, sitting and driving volunteer-led services

Herriot’s befriending, sitting and driving volunteer-led services provide reliable social and emotional support to people in their own homes. Volunteer support can range from help with simply being there and listening to a short drive or walk out. Volunteers can also assist with light practical tasks such as gardening, or a lift to an appointment. Find out more.

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