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What is the Community Support service?

Our successful and BaNES accredited Community Support service is for people who need support with every day tasks due to their mental health or neurodiversity.

Our specialist Community Support Wellbeing Practitioners offer supportive strategies and practical assistance from your own home to improve resilience, confidence and wellbeing. 

The one-to-one tailored support includes:

  • Assistance with mental wellbeing
  • Managing paperwork and budgeting
  • Household tasks and daily living skills
  • Building social connections or access community facilities
  • Making steps towards employment 

Who is the service for?

This service is suitable for people who are struggling with everyday tasks due to their mental health or neurodiversity. It is available to anyone living in Bath and North East Somerset aged between 16 and over.

What does the service cost?

The cost of the service is charged at £25 per hour and there are additional costs for mileage to rural locations.  There is a minimum requirement of 6 weekly sessions of 1.5 hours.

How can I access this service?

Please contact [email protected] or call 01225 316199 to access this service or with any queries.


The support staff are very calm, kind and genuine. They are insightful about my mental health issues and recovery. I feel heard and understood for the first time in a long time. I’m regaining my belief in myself and my strength and it’s beginning to make a big difference in my life. I hope to thrive not just survive and I’m confident Bath Mind is there for that journey in an important, essential and unique way.

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  • We have greatly increased our level of service provision since beginning in August 2017.
  • We have successfully supported clients to live independently after being historical regular attendees in psychiatric hospitals each year due to the lack of support in their lives to manage their wellbeing.
  • We have successfully supported clients to better manage their lives, including improving self-care skills, progressing to independent living, coping better with home organisation, accessing support groups and challenging difficulties such as anti-social behaviour from neighbours and unhelpful decisions by the mental health services, all with positive results.
  • The clients and families of clients we support give very positive feedback on our service.
  • We are there to raise early levels of concern if a client were to show signs of regress in their mental health.
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