Adult Community Mental Health Transformation

The Lincolnshire Mental Health and Wellbeing Transformation Programme is one of 12 early implementor sites working with partners from across primary and secondary care, local authorities, Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise (VCSEs), as well as communities themselves. Together, we are designing a joined-up model of care that offers wrap-around support to those experiencing mental health challenges, tailored to the needs of the individual and the local community.

The aim is that patients get the right support and treatment as soon as possible, with mental health and support services being provided within communities, keep people living independently and improve their overall mental health and wellbeing.

​​​​​This includes access to psychological therapies and specialist services (such as community rehab, personality and complex trauma, eating disorders), physical health services (including addiction services), employment, housing and debt support, loneliness and social isolation.


Our aim

By listening and working with our local communities to understand more about what people want and need, we aim to improve local mental health services by:

  • Clear and accessible routes so people can access the right support, at the right place, at the right time.
  • People are supported to stay well in their own home.
  • Make sure care is personalised and tailored around individual’s needs.
  • People are signposted to community and voluntary services, where needed, to support them with practical needs such as housing and debt support.
  • A healthier population with stronger communities and connectivity, reducing loneliness and isolation.
  • To reduce the impact on primary and secondary care by focussing on preventative community-based interventions.


Services to support you

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How Are You, Lincolnshire? is an online directory of professional support services and activity groups across Lincolnshire to help people boost their mental health and wellbeing, this includes hobby groups and support networks, access to practical support such as housing and debt advice as well as community hubs.

How Are You Lincolnshire | H.A.Y. Home (


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Night Light Cafés are safe spaces that offer an out-of-hours, non-clinical support service and are staffed by teams of trained volunteers who are available to listen.

How Are You Lincolnshire | Night Light Cafés (

or visit Night Light Cafés :: Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Trust (

Phone: 0300 011 1200



Mental Health Matters Helpline & Webchat

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Lincolnshire - Tel. 0800 001 4331 Available 24/7.

If English is not your first language, the Helpline team are able to dial in an interpreter from Language Line.  If you are hard of hearing, you can use the online webchat function on the website instead of calling or use the BT Relay UK service.

Please visit:


Community Wellbeing Hubs

Community Wellbeing Hub provide grass roots level mental health support. Hubs are led by Community Connectors who provide free, confidential support and advice and signpost you to other services in the local area. Hubs are a great place to visit if you are experiencing mental health and wellbeing challenges, want to take up a new hobby or activity, or reduce loneliness and isolation.

Wellbeing hubs are run throughout Lincolnshire, including satellite and roving outreach hubs. Below is a list of the main hubs, but to find out about one of our satellite and roving hubs which may be closer to you, contact your local Community Connector.

How Are You Lincolnshire | Meet The Team (

Wellbeing Hub Locations 

East Lincolnshire Wellbeing Hubs

Skegness & District Wellbeing Hub, The Storehouse, North Parade, Skegness

How Are You Lincolnshire | Skegness Wellbeing Hub - The Storehouse (

HOME | The Storehouse


Spilsby & District Wellbeing Hub, New Life Centre, Church Street, Spilsby

How Are You Lincolnshire | Spilsby Wellbeing Hub - New Life Centre (


Clip, Mablethorpe College, Seacroft Road, LN12 2DT

How Are You Lincolnshire | Mablethorpe Wellbeing Hub - Clip (

Trinity Centre, Eastgate, Louth, LN11 8DJ

How Are You Lincolnshire | Louth Wellbeing Hub - Trinity Centre (


Boston Wellbeing Hub, Centenary Church, Red Lion Street, Boston, PE21  6NY

How Are You Lincolnshire | Boston Wellbeing Hub - Centenary Church (


Wellbeing Satellite Provision - Boston, Black Sluice

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Horncastle Community Links, Community Centre, Manor House St. Horncastle

How Are You Lincolnshire | Horncastle Wellbeing Hub - Community Links (


Horncastle Wellbeing Satellite Provision - Community Connectors Drop-in Service

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South Lincolnshire Wellbeing Hubs

Mindspace, 39 Broad St, Stamford PE9 1PX

How Are You Lincolnshire | Stamford Wellbeing Hub - Mindspace (

Home - MindSpace Stamford


Bhive Community Hub, 11a Finkin Street, Grantham, NG31 6QZ

How Are You Lincolnshire | Grantham Wellbeing Hub - Bhive (


Spalding Wellbeing Hub, Tonic Health, 6 Broadgate House, Westlode Street, Spalding, Lincs, PE11 2AF

How Are You Lincolnshire | Spalding Wellbeing Hub - Tonic Health (

Tonic Health – A health and well-being charity based in South Lincolnshire (


The Holbeach Hub, Boston Road, South Holbeach, PE12 7LR

How Are You Lincolnshire | Holbeach Wellbeing Hub (

West Lincolnshire Wellbeing Hubs

Bridge Community Venue, 72a Newark Road, Lincoln, LN5 8PY

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Bridge Central, Dunston House, Portland Street, Lincoln, LN5 7NN

How Are You Lincolnshire | Lincoln Wellbeing Hub - Bridge Central (

Community – Bridge Church Lincoln (


St Michael's Church High Street Waddington LN5 9RF

How Are You Lincolnshire | Waddington Wellbeing Hub - St Michael's Church (

The Lincolnshire Mental Health Co-Production Network

The Mental Health Co-Production Network is a great opportunity for you to have a direct influence on the development of new mental health services in Lincolnshire that will benefit you and your community.

The Network is a valued and protected space for people to come together to provide their thoughts and feedback to help shape mental health delivery at both a primary and secondary care level.

The Network includes representatives from Shine Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, as well as a friendly group of individuals with lived experience. They meet bimonthly on Microsoft Teams and you will receive training so you can quickly gain the knowledge and skills to settle in.

To find out more:

Website: Co-production - Shine (


Call: 01507 304 548



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Facebook: How Are You Lincolnshire


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