General info

Empowering service users to reach new heights, the Capital Card® is a reward card scheme for service users, families and carers of WDP services.  A Local Authority-approved scheme, it rewards and incentivises service users engagement through a simple earn-spend points system.

Much like a Tesco Clubcard or a Boots Advantage Card, it means our service users can earn points by attending appointments or engaging in treatment interventions, and spend points on fun activities such as the cinema or gym.

Born from the desires of our service users to reconnect with the real world, the Capital Card transforms reintegration services by, quite literally, ‘tapping in’ to communities.  With a whole range of places to go and activities to choose from, our service users, families and carers have real-time access to our earn and spend directory of services.

People using exercise bikes

Awards and notable mentions so far!

The Capital Card was named ‘Best Digital Innovation‘ at the Third Sector Excellence Awards 2018!

Global Good Awards finalist rondal

 Selected as a finalist for the ‘Best Use of Technology‘ category in the 2018 Charity Times Awards!

Shortlisted for the Global Goods Awards 2018 for ‘Best Individual Community project‘!

Click the button below, to go to the CQC’s WDP Harrow page and read the full report.

The Capital Card was shortlisted for the BMJ Awards Digital Innovation Team 2019!

Man holding the Capital Card

Earn.

Service users, families and carers can earn points by engaging in any activity that supports health and wellbeing.  Activities can range from attending appointments with us and other health and wellbeing services; volunteering; coming to our groups or attending wider community support groups; engaging in education, training and employment; or completing courses or programmes.

Every cardholder will have a dedicated care coordinator to provide support around points earned and spent, with accompanying individual and group care planning.  All cardholders will receive a menu of available earn activities to select from, which will flex around their evolving health and wellbeing needs.

Spend.

Earning points by accessing services that support improved health and wellbeing, cardholders can then spend awarded points on local community services.  Depending on the location, these products and services could range from gyms and fitness centres; cinemas and theatres; hair and beauty salons; cafés and coffee shops; and other community-based organisations.  WDP will also provide regular points-based services, such as day-trips, weekend retreats, classes and groups.

The choice is always the cardholder’s, and there is plenty to choose from.  We are constantly looking to grow our network, so if you have any ideas or contributions, we would love to hear from you.

Please use the link below to view the current list of free and discounted services you can access, as well as the number of points you need to spend on them.

To access these free services, sign up below.

Please use the link below to view the current list of free and discounted services you can access, as well as the number of points you need to spend on them.

To access these free services, sign up below.

Please use the link below to view the current list of free and discounted services you can access, as well as the number of points you need to spend on them.

 

To access these free services, sign up below.

Please use the link below to view the current list of free and discounted services you can access, as well as the number of points you need to spend on them.

 

To access these free services, sign up below.

Please use the link below to view the current list of free and discounted services you can access, as well as the number of points you need to spend on them.

 

To access these free services, sign up below.

Please use the link below to view the current list of free and discounted services you can access, as well as the number of points you need to spend on them.

 

To access these free services, sign up below.

Please use the link below to view the current list of free and discounted services you can access, as well as the number of points you need to spend on them.

 

Redbridge Young People’s Service

Please note: Redbridge's Young people's service is coming soon.

To access these free services, sign up below.

Please use the link below to view the current list of free and discounted services you can access, as well as the number of points you need to spend on them.

 

To access these free services, sign up below.

The Capital Card is live in our Cheshire West and Chester services! A brochure of spend partners will follow soon!

The Capital Card is now live in our Merton service! A brochure of our local spend partners is coming soon!

Women drinking coffee

Current Capital Card® usage

Man holding phone with Capital Card App open

The Capital Card is pleased to announced our partnership with Essex Cricket Foundation “One hit to Another“. As part of the Essex County Cricket’s drive and determination to improve their community, the Essex Cricket Foundation’s is running a six week programme focused on developing skills, such as First Aid, Safeguarding, Leadership and of course a cracking Leg-spin bowl! This reward is available in our East London services. Please contact capitalcard@wdp.org.uk for more details!

Live.

Each cardholder will be given a card, which can be swiped or scanned to update its points balance.  Points are allocated using Capital Card® technology, which is recognised on any SMART device or tablet.  Service users and care coordinators can download the app to view their dashboard, which provides information on usage, balance and what is available.

The Capital Card will be available for all service users at all and any points in their journeys.  Cardholders are granted access to an aftercare package that comprises all of the above services for a period of a least three months following completion of treatment.

Using real-time data, the Capital Card dashboard tracks progress, motivates and gives feedback to encourage service users, with a function for care coordinators to pull of activity reports for individuals and groups.

The Capital Card® supports people into the services they need and inspires people to access and build their communities, bringing people together to create positive change.

Capital Card app concept

The Capital Card® Companion App allows you to stay up-to-date with your points, see what you’re spending on and how you have been earning.

Easily and conveniently see your local service’s activities timetable and with the live map, you’ll be able to see the spend partners closest to you!

If you are accessing WDP services in Barnet or Hackney, City of London, Harrow and Havering, or are a family member or carer to someone who is, sign up here.

For those who are accessing WDP services anywhere else, the Capital Card® is coming soon!!

Contact.

Holly Price, Capital Card Manager

Email: holly.price@wdp.org.uk

Mobile: 07557 393 980

Post: WDP, 18 Dartmouth Street, London SW1H 9BL

Please be advised that email addresses should not be used to send confidential information.  Contact your local service to find out how to make a referral.

Refer yourself, a friend or family member:

 

Arrange a meeting or consultation with WDP:

 

We’d love to hear from you.  Please use the contact form below to get in touch:

 

If you are, or know of, a business owner who values corporate social responsibility, we are offering an excellent opportunity for you to contribute, in real time, directly to your community. You could do this by offering free products or discounts to clients, carers and families in London, discounts to our hardworking staff, or even making a donation or sponsoring us.

If you are interested please use our referral form:

 

Media and Marketing enquiries

Hackney
110 Mare Street,
London E8 3SG

Tel: 0300 303 2611
Out-of-hours (freephone): 0808 168 8669

Email: hackney@wdp.org.uk

City of London
Tel: 0300 303 2715

Website: www.squaremilehealth.org.uk

Email: city.enquiries@wdp.org.uk

Barnet Recovery Centre (Finchley)
42a Hendon Lane,
Finchley, N3 1TT

Barnet Recovery Centre (Edgware)
Ground Floor, Dennis Scott Unit,
Edgware Community Hospital,
Burnt Oak Broadway,
Edgware, HA8 0AD

Tel: 0300 303 2866

Email: barnet@wdp.org.uk

For more information, contact our service at:

44 Bessborough Road,
Harrow, HA1 3DJ

Tel: 0300 303 2868

Email: harrow@wdp.org.uk

WDP Havering
Ballard Chambers,
26 High Street,
Romford RM1 1HR

Email: havering@wdp.org.uk

Tel: 01708 747 614
Out-of-hours (freephone): 0808 168 1116

Subwize, The Vibe, 195-211 Becontree Avenue, Dagenham, RM8 2UT

Tel: 0300 303 4613

Fax: 0333 344 5916

Email: info.subwize@wdp.org.uk

Secure email: info.subwize@wdp.cjsm.net

For more information and support, please visit: http://www.wdpyoungpeople.org.uk/.

Either of our two service locations:

97 Cobbold Road, London, NW10 9SU

or

Willesden Centre for Health, Harlesden Road, London NW10 3RY.

T: 0300 303 4611
F: 0333 344 4658

E: info.brent@wdp.org.uk
Secure email: info.brent@wdp.cjsm.net

3rd Floor, Ilford Chambers, 11 Chapel Road, Ilford IG1 2DR

Tel: 0300 303 4612

Fax: 0333 344 5915

Email: info.r3@wdp.org.uk

Secure email: info.r3@wdp.cjsm.net

Fusion-Redbridge Young people’s service

Station Road Centre, Station Road, Barkingside, IG6 1NB

Tel: 020 8708 7801

Email: info.fusion@wdp.org.uk

Secure email: info.fusion@wdp.cjsm.net

Chester

Aqua House,

51 Boughton, CH3 5AF

Tel: 0300 303 4549

 

 

Opening hours:

Monday 10:00-17:00

Tuesday 10:00-19:00

Wednesday 13:00-17:00

Thursday 10:00-17:00

Friday 10:00-17:00

 

Ellesmere Port

Unity House,

4 York Road, CH65 0DB

Tel: 0300 303 4550

 

Opening hours:

Monday 10:00-17:00

Tuesday 13:00-19:00

Wednesday 10:00-17:00

Thursday 10:00-17:00

Friday 10:00-17:00

 

Northwich

The Old Council House,

Church Road, CW9 5PD

Tel: 0300 303 4548

 

Opening hours:

Monday 10:00-17:00

Tuesday 10:00-19:00

Wednesday 10:00-13:30 and 16:00-17:00

Thursday 13:00-17:00

Friday 10:00-17:00

 

Support is available 24/7 on the telephone numbers above.

Fax: 0333 344 5919

Email: cwac@wdp.org.uk
Secure email: cwac@wdp.cjsm.net 

For more information about our support service for Young People, please visit www.wdpyoungpeople.org.uk or get in touch in one of the following ways:

Tel: 0300 303 4549

Email: cwacyp@wdp.org.uk
Secure email: cwacyp@wdp.cjsm.net

Our Merton Service can contacted using the following details:

7-8 Langdale Parade, Mitcham CR4 2YS

Tel: 0300 303 4610

Fax: 0333 344 4657

Email: info.merton@wdp.org.uk

Secure email: info.merton@wdp.cjsm.net

Please note that the Capital Card® will be coming soon to this service.