Services Connecting Communities: Social Prescription for Health and Wellbeing Who we can help The Connecting Communities Social Prescription Program helps residents over the age of 18 to connect to social events, clubs, groups and activities in a bid to reduce social isolation and loneliness and improve health and wellbeing. How we can help Social prescribing is proven to improve health outcomes by addressing the issues of social isolation and loneliness through engagement with social and physical activities. The Connecting Community Social Prescription Pilot program has been funded by the Queensland Government and enables health care professionals to refer patients to a HBNC Link Worker, to co-design a non-clinical low level social approach to improving patient's health and wellbeing. Refer a patient or client Self-refer Get in touch Coaching and workshops for groups and clubs New To Town Cafe Lunch with Friends Where to find us Hours of operation: Monday to Thursday 9am to 3pm. Location: Urangan Community Wellness Centre, Elizabeth Street Connecting Communities is funded by the Queensland Government’s Communities Innovation Fund.