HOSMs Primary Care Network (PCN) consists of Hontion Surgery, Sid Valley Practice & Coleridge Medical Centre.

The PCN is launching a brand new Primary Care Mental Health Team for patients of Honiton Surgery, Sid Valley Practice & Coleridge Medical Centre.


Aims of the Service

The PCN Mental Health Team aims to promote positive mental health and to support individuals to move from surviving to thriving, using a goal setting approach to help you feel in control of your own health and wellbeing. The service will explore your mental health, general health, wellbeing, lifestyle factors and any barriers that may be preventing you from moving forward in your health and wellbeing journey.

Throughout the past 12 months in particular we recognise that many people may be struggling for a number of different reasons, redundancy, illness, financial issues, housing, relationships, the loss of a loved one and so much more can impact our wellbeing. The PCN Mental Health team can support you with any of these concerns and assist you to help find the best support for your unique situation.

PCN Mental Health Team Leaflet 


Accessing the service

The service is avalible to patients of the HOSMs PCN practices. Currently patients can be referred to the service via a clinican at their own practice. 

For more information on the service please see our 

Mental Health Team Podcast 'Talk About It'


PCN Mental Health Team Events 

Please find below information on our upcoming events. These events are open to all patients of Hontion Surgery, Sid Valley Practice & Coleridge Medical Centre. 

Walk into Wellbeing  -  Leaflet with Information on 'Walk into Wellbeing  

Poster for Upcoming Walking Groups in September 

Poster for Upcoming Walking Groups in October


Meet The Team

Lauren Hales - Mental Health


Sally Barnett - Mental Health and Wellbeing Coach


Abigail Dawson - Mental Health and Wellbeing Coach


Simon Mitchell - Mental Health and Wellbeing Coach


Monique Aston - Community Connector

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