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At CreArt Community Centre we provide:

CreArt Community Centre offers a diverse range of services aimed at empowering and supporting individuals in the Afro Caribbean community. Here is a summary of their services

Solutions 4 Health Clinic – supporting the community with free NHS health checks

Wednesday 9 am to 5.30 pm

Health Session

NHS health checks are a free service offered by the National Health Service (NHS) to adults  aged between 40 and 74 years old. The aim of the health check is to identify early signs of common health problems and help prevent them from developing into more serious conditions. The health check is a comprehensive assessment that takes around 20-30 minutes to complete and is carried out by a trained healthcare professional. Based on the results of the health check, the healthcare professional will provide advice and guidance on how to improve health and reduce the risk of developing serious health conditions. 

Digital Skills Workshop

Wednesday 10am to 12pm

Workshop Training Session

The Digital Inclusion Project for Migrant and Asylum Women aims to provide digital skills training to women who are new to the country and may be experiencing social exclusion. The project seeks to empower women with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate the digital world and access essential services online.

Social Prescribing

Thursday 9 am to 2 pm

Social Session

Social prescribing is an approach to healthcare that aims to improve people’s overall health and wellbeing by addressing the social, economic and environmental factors that contribute to poor health. This approach is particularly important for migrants who may face a range of challenges when settling into a new country, including language barriers, social isolation, and limited access to healthcare services.

Mental Health Support -Lean into life Program

Mental Health Support Session

Friday – Community Mental health support (drop in, self referral) 

Saturday – Youth Mental health Support (Gp referral )

Our community mental health coaches undergo training through the Lean Into Life program, which was launched by the big happiness CIC This innovative project aims to address health inequalities within the Black Country Healthcare NHS. The training equips coaches with the necessary skills, knowledge, and support to deliver the Lean into Life Mental & Emotional Health Education Programme to non-English speaking individuals within their own communities and cultures.