Young Persons Social Prescribers

Our Young Person’s Social Prescribing Service is delivered in partnership with Stanleys Community Centre and More Music. The Young Persons Social Prescribers can accept referrals for people from age 11 and up to and including people aged 19 who are registered with Bay Medical Group.

Social prescribing can help support people to: make lifestyle changes, connect with groups and activities in the community and includes supportive personalised conversations to help improve health and wellbeing.

Our Young Persons Social Prescribers will make contact with the young people and arrange to meet at an agreed community venue or provide telephone support. We aim to work with young people to understand what matters to them and provide support to empower young people to reach their goals and potential.

Image of Social Prescriber Lukas

Lukas has worked at Stanleys for just over 10 years in his role as youth worker / activity coach and head of entertainment.

Lukas is passionate about improving the health and well-being of the young people of Morecambe.

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Maxine grew up in Morecambe’s West End, she is mum to 4 girls and has worked at more music for over 16 years.

Involved in the youth programme for the last eight years, Maxine is a mental health first aider, mental health champion and a health coach and is involved with the ‘Music for Health’ project, working in partnership with BMG, ICC and CAMHS.

Maxine has personal experience of supporting young people with a chronic condition.

For more details about how to refer contact us via our enquiries link on this website