Community Living Well offers a range of services to support your social wellbeing, physical and mental health needs. We try to make it as easy as possible for you and other professionals to access our services by using a single point of access and including a self-referral option.
If you are registered with a GP in Kensington and Chelsea or Queen’s Park and Paddington area of Westminster you can refer to the Community Living Well service quickly and securely by completing the self-referral form below. Just select what service you are interested in and then complete the self-referral form. If you are unsure about whether you are eligible for the service, please visit our list of eligible GP surgeries.
After we have received your form we will be in touch within five working days. If you have any questions about the referral process or other part of Community Living Well please contact us.
Community Living Well is not a crisis service. At a time of crisis please contact your GP, attend your local Accident and Emergency (A&E) department, telephone the Emergency Services on 999, telephone the CNWL Single Point of Access (SPA) team on 0800 0234 650 or telephone The Samaritans on 116 123.
A downloadable version of this form is also available here
Which part of Community Living Well Service would you like to refer yourself to?
Please note that it is not possible to self-refer to the Primary Care Liaison Team. If you are interested in this service please speak to your GP.
To refer for therapy or counselling (including Mother Tongue counselling in Arabic or Farsi) please click the button below.
This will take you to our Psychological Therapies form. If you are also interested in any of the Wellbeing services below, please mention it in the comments box on the next page.
Employment – Advice, guidance and support to gain or retain paid employment, improve employability skills and know your rights in the workplace.
Navigators – Practical support with a range of issues including benefits, debt and housing options. Support to access specialist advice and information.
Peer Support – Local workshops, social activities, peer support groups and one-to-one support with other people who have had similar experiences to you.