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Imago Social Prescribing Service

Acting as a guide through the health and social care system, Social Prescribers connect people with appropriate community resources and support services, with the aim of enabling people to increase their independence and ability to self-manage, thereby reducing demand on health services. People being discharged from or who have recently left hospital will receive 12 weeks of support to meet identified and additional needs. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Imago Social Prescription
0300 011 1965
Parent Organisation

Where to go

Imago Head Office

Other Details

Referral required?
Referral and availability notes

Imago provide these services within 8 Primary Care Networks. Currently covering – Ashford, Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks, Gillingham South, Medway Peninsular, Rainham, and Medway Central.

Referrals to the service can be made directly through this website (see form below) . Health and Social Care Professionals can also make a referral on your behalf. Speak to your GP who can also make a referral directly to these services.

If you have any other enquiries please contact:


Social prescribers offer impartial information, advice and guidance through home visits, telephone or by email. Taking a personalised approach, the Social Prescriber works with the individual and family to develop a holistic support plan, which is then worked through in partnership to enable the person to achieve their desired outcomes, goals and aspirations. To do this, the Social Prescriber will connect people with organisations who can provide ongoing help.

Such as:

Housing, financial support, form filling, home safety (including aids and adaptations/ assistive technology), befriending, social activities, transport, domestic support, respite and signposting to domiciliary care.

Age Range
Suitable for all ages
Autism, Behaviour and learning, Behavioural, emotional and social development, Communication and interaction, Learning difficulty,

Local Offer

Local Offer Disabilities
Learning difficulty
Behavioural, emotional and social development
Communication and interaction
Behaviour and learning
Local Offer Age Bands
Primary (4-10 years)
Secondary (11-16 years)
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Needs Level
SEN Provision Type


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