Staying Well Service for staff


The Staying Well Service provides immediate access to sources of support in just one phone call or email. The team will triage calls and provide direct support and/or signposting to the most appropriate services for additional help and assistance.

Your Staying Well Service is committed to providing the highest standards in all our interactions with you. We aim to offer you a first class service and hold the dignity and privacy of all our employees accessing our service at the heart of all we do.

Your Staying Well Service is confidential and we protect any information about your individual circumstances that you choose to share with us.

Our opening hours are Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Outside of these times please leave your name and a contact telephone number and a member of the team will call you back within one working day. If you are in need of immediate support please see our Self Help Resources or call Samaritans on 116 123 or the EAP telephone counselling service on 0800 0851376.

To see our full confidentiality statement please click on make a referral below.

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Have you used the Staying Well Service? Do you have any feedback for the team? Simply click here to email your feedback/comments.

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Bath-based paramedic Simon Moody has been hailed a hero after he stepped in to save the life of a Clevedon man – while off duty – and is encouraging everybody to learn the lifesaving CPR skill. South Western Ambulance Service’s (SWASFT) paramedic Simon Moody was off duty and stuck in Bath city centre traffic in the pouring rain in May 2017 when he noticed a man looking unwell on the pavement. It soon became clear the man was struggling to breath and was going into cardiac arrest at the side of the road, as passers-by tried to help. Luckily for the patient Simon stepped straight in and gave him chest compressions putting his paramedic life-saving skills into action before backup from his ambulance crew mates arrived.

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