Talking Points are a way for people to find out what help and support is available in their local area to improve their health and well-being.
Talking Points provide:
- information about what is available in an area, such as community services, activities or support groups
- a face-to-face conversation with a Community Navigator about what matters and is important to you
- an opportunity to share your knowledge, skills and experiences to improve the well-being of others in your community
Where do Talking Points take place?
Talking Points take place in libraries across Denbighshire.
Find a Talking Point (external website)
How to get involved
You don’t need to book an appointment to go to a Talking Point, you can turn up at a Talking Point when one is taking place. However, you can make an appointment which will help us make sure the right people are available to provide the best information, advice or assistance.
You can book an appointment by contacting SPoA.
Volunteer to help at a Talking Point
If you are interested in volunteering to help people at a Talking Point, please contact SPoA or a Community Navigator at a Talking Point who will discuss what you are interested in helping with.
If suitable, we will provide you with more details, a volunteer application form and a volunteering handbook.
This service is delivered in partnership between Denbighshire County Council and Betsi Cadwaldr University Health Board.