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We proudly offer a link service for those who require it. We’ll put you in touch with qualified professionals and be around to help and support you every step of the way.

Recovery isn't a one time choice. You choose recovery every day.
We understand that everyone goes through hardships in life, when you do it’s important to know that you have people who support you. At Blossom we offer a link service with a difference, if you need support from a professional then we’ll not only help you get in touch with them but we’ll also work alongside you every step of the way to help encourage & build upon the services provided to you by the professional.
Although not completely comprehensive list we are able to offer link services with relation to:
Homelessness
Substance Abuse
Mental or Physical Health
Domestic Abuse
Sexual Health
Loneliness

All support from Blossom is free but we cannot comment on the policies of outside organisations but will always work with you to find something that works. You should also note this is not an NHS recognised link service, you should contact your GP for medication or if you require medication or medical assistance.

We’re here if you need us!

Contact us via email at blossom@prideinsurrey.org or visit our contact us page to get in touch. We’re happy to offer support with all aspects of life. All enquiries remain confidential unless someone is in immediate danger.

You can also text the word TALK to 88440 to talk with a member of the Pride in Surrey Team or visit The not Alone Website by clicking here

Are you a social prescribing link worker?

The Kings fund describes Social Link Working as:

“A means of enabling GPs, nurses and other primary care professionals to refer people to a range of local, non-clinical services.

Recognising that people’s health is determined primarily by a range of social, economic and environmental factors, social prescribing seeks to address people’s needs in a holistic way. It also aims to support individuals to take greater control of their own health.

Social prescribing schemes can involve a variety of activities which are typically provided by voluntary and community sector organisations. Examples include volunteering, arts activities, group learning, gardening, befriending, cookery, healthy eating advice and a range of sports.”