Looking after your wellbeing during Covid-19


Colleague Wellbeing and Welfare Support

Welcome to our 'Wellbeing page' page for #TeamSFH colleagues. Below you will find a variety of helpful guides and tools to support you, your team and your family's wellbeing. 

To contact your Wellbeing team please e-mail 📧sfh-tr.wellbeing@nhs.net

If you are in acute distress and require immediate mental health support there is a dedicated self-referral staff helpline that is provided by VIVUP.

📞0808 196 8886 or 📞03303 800658 FREE, confidential and available 24/7, 365 days a year.

or e-mail 📧 notts.staffsupport@nhs.net 

You can also contact VIVUP, our employee assistance programme to discuss any emotional, personal or work-related issues in confidence. These discussions do not get reported back to the Trust.  

📞03303 800658 FREE, confidential available 24/7, 365 days a year. 

💻 or browse vivup.co.uk for support guides, self-help information and a benefits portal. 

If you, a colleague, friend or family member are in acute distress and require immediate mental health support you can contact the Mental Health Crisis Access Line (provided by Turning Point in Partnership with Nottinghamshire)  on:

📞0808 196 3779 FREE, confidential available 24/7, 365 days a year. 

In February 2021, we wrote to every colleague at Sherwood highlighting our wellbeing offer and support available. To download an up to date version of this guide, please click here

Levels 1 to 4 of support

Below are our interactive support documents (Level 1 to 4) which are filled with interesting links. Just click on the link below the image you wish to access.
                                             
                                           

Call 📞0808 196 8886 or 📞03303 800658 for FREE and confidential support  24/7, 365 days a year

Occupational Health can help you with any work related health
problems.

📞01623 622515 ext 3780/1
sfh-tr.occupational.health@nhs.net

Reconnecting toolkit

We have also created a range of Reconnecting toolkits and supporting resources suitable for our colleagues. Please click the links below to view the resources.

 BOOST Winter Wellbeing Campaign 2021-2022

Click the image to visit our dedicated Winter Wellbeing page. 

Self Care and Wellbeing calendar