Penderi Young People’s Wellbeing Project Penderi Young People’s Wellbeing Project (PYPWP) offers a brief intervention service based within GP surgeries. It connects people to non-medical sources to improve their health and wellbeing, which can include activities, opportunities, or connections to community groups and voluntary organisations* SCVS is working in partnership with Penderi GP Cluster to deliver the PYPWP. It complements the GP service by supporting a holistic or complete view of the patient’s health and wellbeing. PYPWP helps those who may be feeling isolated or disconnected for reasons such as: Social isolated, lonely and or/bereaved; Experiencing difficulties within the family; Difficulties within relationships; Experiencing difficulties socially (in school, in community, within friendship group); Facing problems with finance, housing, employment; Is concerned about their mental health; Carer responsibilities; Chronic illness or disability Who does PYPWP support? The project is open to anyone aged 9 to 17 years who is registered with any of the GP practices that make up the Penderi Cluster. Brynhyfryd Medical Centre Cheriton Medical Centre Cwmfelin Medical Centre Fforestfach Medical Group (Powell) Fforestfach Medical Group (Bensusan) Manselton Surgery PYPWP can also support a young person’s family member, guardian or support network if their needs are having a direct impact on the young person’s wellbeing or they require support around the young person’s needs. How can I access support? Speak to your GP, health professional or a member of staff within your surgery for a referral. They’ll arrange an appointment with the Penderi Young People’s Wellbeing Coordinator who will listen, and explore what your needs might be and provide information on what’s available in the community to help you. They will also talk to you about any potential problems or barriers you may have in accessing these options, and help you where appropriate. You can expect to see the Penderi Young People’s Wellbeing Coordinator a maximum of 6 times. To find out more, contact Jasmin Morgan on [email protected] We take data protection seriously – click her to view the Penderi Young People’s Wellbeing Privacy Notice. *Signposting to a group or organisation does not imply an endorsement of them or their services by Penderi GP Cluster or SCVS.