There are a number of health-related support groups in Pembrokeshire. PAVS may also have details of other groups in your area- contact 01437 769422.
Cymru Versus Arthritis (Haverfordwest)
Run by volunteers, Arthritis Care (Haverfordwest) provides services including:
Tel: 0800 756 3970
website: Versus Arthritis
Breathe Easy Haverfordwest
Breathe Easy Haverfordwest is a support group open to anyone who has a lung condition, their family, friends, and carers. The group is supported by the British Lung Foundation and is open to people with any type or severity of lung disease, condition or breathing problem.
They offer a chance for people to come together and support each other, learn about different methods for managing lung conditions, hear from guest speakers, socialise and share experiences.
Tel: 01437 741296
website: Breathe Easy
Cruse Bereavement Care
Bereavement support and counselling in one-to-one meetings with trained volunteers in mutually agreed places at mutually agreed times. Meeting places are vetted for suitability. Support workers are trained by Cruse to nationally recognised standards.
There may be waiting lists in place to see a counsellor.
Tel: 0800 288 4700
The Stroke Association – Pembrokeshire
Sociable and friendly group for stroke survivors to practice speech, to help build confidence and share information with 1:1 support from experienced volunteers. They also provide a home visit service for stroke survivors with communication difficulties who are unable to access the group. After contacting, a Co-ordinator will arrange a home visit to discuss services/provide information.
Tel: 01646 651643 or 07799436025
Headway is a charity that aims to improve life after brain injury through a range of services and support. They hold a monthly social meeting in Haverfordwest. For more information about the branch.
Tel: 01646 622977 or 01446 740130
Headway helpline: 0808 800 2244
The Pembrokeshire branch of Parkinson’s UK offers information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers. They organise regular events and social activities to meet other local people affected by Parkinson's. Treatment meetings are held every week, including physiotherapy, alternative therapies, aromatherapy, reflexology and podiatry.
Tel: 01646 684336