Who we are:
A&E WellFamily is a service run by the charity Family Action.
The A&E WellFamily Service is a supportive counselling and practical support service for individuals, couples and families facing challenges, who have attended A&E at least once in the past 3 months.
What we do:
The A&E WellFamily Service - Family Action offers 6-8 sessions of counselling where we provide the opportunity for clients to discuss the challenges they are facing, explore ways to overcome them and set some goals to work towards this.
We can provide support to clients facing the following:
- Financial worries
- Housing difficulties
- Low to moderate mental health problems
- Domestic violence
- Work place or school stressors
- Psychosocial difficulties
- Social isolation/loneliness
Through those 6-8 sessions clients are provided with counselling around agreed goals and are supported to reach them.
Record Last Updated on: 29/10/2018
Time / Date Details
Sessions also take place in some GP practices
Free service to clients
Who is eligible?
This is a service for individuals, couples and families facing challenges, who have attended the Accident and Emergency department of a hospital at least once in the past 3 months
We support clients aged 16 plus and run sessions in GP surgeries and the Wally Foster community centre in Homerton Hospital.
Clients can be referred by health practitioners or can self-refer and are invited for an initial assessment where they are given the chance to identify the areas/goals they would like to focus on within the service.
Self-referrals or professional referrals accepted.
Please complete and send us the referal form below.
The A&E WellFamily Service - Family Action referral form
Can parents & young people buy this service as part of their SEND personal budget?
SEND Personal Budget - Notes
This is a free service for those who are eligible to receive it.
How to Get Here
Local Bus Numbers: W15, 236, 308
Train: Homerton Station
Disabled parking: Disabled parking is available, sessions take place on the ground floor
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