Need to make a referral?
We welcome direct referrals from professionals, primary care networks (PCNs) and local services who have identified individuals that could benefit from Spring’s service.
We currently work with PCNs and GPs across Northamptonshire and are happy to provide further information upon request.
Partner with us
Do you run a local group, course or activity that you think is relevant to the Spring service?
We’re always on the lookout for engaging opportunities to bring our participants and the local community together.
From cooking to dog-walking, arts & crafts to shamanic drumming and film club... we’d love to hear from you!
Please fill in the form, below.
Work for us
Do you love creating connections and empowering people?
Do you work for an organisation that engages people and helps them to find independence and joy?
Are you interested in establishing an effective pathway to wellbeing for the people of Northamptonshire?
Join the Spring community! Fill in the form, below.
What is Social Prescribing?
Social prescribing is an approach to helping improve people’s health and wellbeing.
Its core principals are around:
Building a strong relationship with an individual:
Listening to what is important to them; and
Linking them with appropriate community groups, services & activities.
Are you someone who enjoys listening to people and learning what interests and motivates them? If so, social prescribing could be a career that is well-suited to you!
If you wish to submit your interest in becoming a social prescriber with Spring, get in touch using this form. We'll reach out when a we have a vacancy!
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Hear how Elizabeth, Jeremy, Eda and others improved their lives
At Spring, we’ve seen and supported hundreds of people to improve their lives.
Read about how so many of our participants have explored and developed their own strengths – from walking and gardening, to guitar lessons and five-a-side football – and reconnected with those around them.
"You don’t do things for me; you help me to do them myself.
"I've now got a purpose. I'm out and about more and thinking about new things that I can be doing, maybe swimming. Thank you. Spring has really helped.
"I have learnt so much about myself in this past year, including how to recognise and understand my own emotions.