The HUB (Partner Services)
At the Civic Centre in St Albans, you’ll find lots of advice, information and guidance on offer from all these local organisations. In line with Hertfordshire County Council’s ‘Healthy Hubs’ initiative, all of our partners seek to improve the health and wellbeing of St Albans’ residents.
You can read more about the Healthy Hub project here.
Citizens Advice St Albans and District Toggle accordion
Provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities.
Communities 1st Toggle accordion
Communities 1st recruits volunteers to help voluntary and community groups deliver vital services across the District and the wider Hertfordshire community.
Oaklands College Toggle accordion
Initial information and advice on full-time and part-time courses.
Herts Help: Community Navigator Toggle accordion
The Herts Help Community Navigation Service empowers individuals to access the different sources of help, advice and support available within the wider community to address the underlying causes that are affecting health and well-being.
Hertfordshire County Council Stop Smoking Service Toggle accordion
Provides free, confidential and non-judgemental advice and support to everyone on stopping smoking.
To book an appointment, please call: 0800 389 3998 or 01442 435 071
Hertfordshire Asian Women’s Association Toggle accordion
Provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice and guidance to BME community in St Albans District.
St Albans District Credit Union Toggle accordion
Members are encouraged to save, and these savings provide funds from which loans to members are made. Free life insurance is provided on loans (subject to conditions).
St Albans Women’s Outreach Toggle accordion
Offers information and advice to men and women who may be struggling to make difficult relationship decisions and support them in making informed choices about their future.
Mind in Mid Herts Toggle accordion
Mind in Mid Herts works with people to prevent them from developing mental health problems as well as supporting people who recover and prevent relapse.
Shaw Trust Toggle accordion
A national charity providing employment opportunities, skills development, training, and health and wellbeing services as well as promoting inclusion and independence for those with disabilities and barriers to work.
Hertfordshire Practical Parenting Programme Toggle accordion
Supporting parents and carers of children aged 12+ to access relevant services via volunteer advocates.
Age UK Hertfordshire Toggle accordion
Age UK Hertfordshire is an independent local charity working to alleviate loneliness and isolation, tackle poverty and build resilience in the community for older people in Hertfordshire who need our help.
The Living Room Toggle accordion
The Living Room saves and transforms lives by providing people and their families with the opportunity to attend community-based rehabilitation treatment and support, to help them break free from the generational cycle of addiction.