We were established on 1 June 2002 when social care and health services, formerly provided by Lincolnshire County Council and Lincolnshire Healthcare NHS Trust, were brought together to create new mental health and learning disabilities services.
We were then authorised as a foundation trust on 1 October 2007.
We provide care and treatment for a local population of some 766,000 people, as well as specialist services for people who live in other areas of the East Midlands.
We are focused on helping people towards recovery, enabling them to live well in their community as much as possible. We work closely with the local community to design and improve services, ensuring what we provide is best suited to you, your carers and your other family members.
We have around 2,800 members of staff across many disciplines of mental health, learning disability and social care, who provide the best possible care and support for you.
In this part of our website you can find out more about what we do and how our Trust works.