Your Community Agents

Service Coordinators

The list of Service Coordinator details can be downloaded here


Select a district to view the community agents per parish

A Community Agent will visit you at home to discuss and help with:

Mobility issues

where equipment, adaptations, or technology could support independence, or where, travel, social interaction and physical activity could sustain and improve wellbeing

Practical living skills

after a significant life event, such as bereavement or hospital stay, supporting people to gain or regain practical skills such as paying bills, taking medication or getting to appointments

Social inclusion

connecting people into one-to-one and group interactions or activities; or supporting the use of technology-based interaction and social media

Healthy living

enabling or supporting people to prepare meals or linking individuals into community activities such as lunch clubs

Caring for someone

for people new to caring or for people who have been caring for some time and struggling to cope in their changing role. Helping them to access practical support, information, advice and peer support

Individual resilience

by providing advice and support that ensures correct entitlement to benefits and pension and increases personal safety and security.

Need help?

Community Agents are part of the Live Well partnership and referrals can be made by email or phone, through Essex Wellbeing Service. To arrange a free visit call or email us:

Tel: 0300 303 9988


For existing cases, where you have already been in contact with an agent or for general Community Agent Project enquiries, please phone or email:

Tel: 07540 720605 (mornings only)

Enquiries Email:

This email is only for enquiries, not referrals. It is monitored mornings only - please use for referrals