Networks of Wellbeing Ltd.
About Networks of Wellbeing (NoW)
Networks of Wellbeing (NoW) is an inclusive and diverse organisation which promotes and supports people in improving their mental health and wellbeing.
Based in Huntly in Aberdeenshire, NoW offers a community based service centered around the Five Ways to Wellbeing approach to good mental health.
Armed Forces Covenant
Networks of Wellbeing Ltd recognises the value Serving Personnel, both Regular and Reservists, Veterans and Military Families, and Cadets contribute to our communities, businesses and our country have pledged our support to the Armed Forces Covenant.
In August 2020 we were delighted to receive our Bronze Award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme.
NoW offers a recovery focussed service providing 1:1 person centred support - as well as providing a wide range of opportunities designed to bring individuals, groups and the wider community together to engage in activities and projects aimed at increasing happiness, resilience, and physical and mental wellbeing.
NoW provides opportunities for people to get involved in a wide variety of projects including:
Chilling Women; Relaxation; Counselling; Peer Support; Cycling Activities - Bike Shack Project*, led bike rides, bike maintenance classes etc; Silver Singers; Dementia support; Jogging; Mindfulness; Veterans Breakfasts, and the AB54 Community Newsletter.
Our projects are free of charge and open to all.
Please note that at present, due to COVID Guidance, most of our activities take place online. For more information please call 01466 793732.
*Our Bike Shack Project will be temporarily closed from (and including) Monday 7th June 2021 to allow us to develop this aspect of our service. We will be working on those bikes currently with us however we will be unable to accept any more bikes until further notice. For more information please call 01466 793732.
Our projects take place in community venues including:
The Clashmach Centre, Steven Road, Huntly.
Community venues such as the Linden Centre and the Stewarts Hall.
Care homes and housing complexes such as Scotts Hospital, Hanover Housing and the Meadows Care Home.
Networks of Wellbeing is an Organisational member of COSCA,
Counselling and Psychotherapy in Scotland.