Anyone who is interested in finding out about what is available in their community and would like to pass this information on, can be a Community Connector.
Community Connectors come from all walks of life e.g. hairdressers, taxi drivers, librarians, drug and alcohol workers, care workers, health visitors, adult social care workers, primary care staff, students, church members, peer support group members and members of the public.
You can become a Community Connector by attending a free training course. If you’d like to find out more about our Community Connector project or join the training please complete the form below and we will get in touch.