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Wave 10 of the MCN Mental Health Promotion Fund has now been awarded. You can access further information about the successful projects by clicking here.
The Mental Health Promotion Fund has been established by Lincolnshire County Council and is managed by Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LPFT).
Groups and organisations who receive an investment from the Mental Health Promotion Fund will become part of Lincolnshire’s Managed Care Network for mental health. The network aims to help people who have already experienced mental health problems, or who are having their first experience of mental ill health.
Supporting people to live independently in their own homes and local communities.
Reduction in social isolation - Befriending, peer link workers, outreach support
Reduction in hospital admission - Increase help to remain at home during difficult periods
Prevent people from reaching crisis point - Support with living tasks, life's administration, home maintenance, pet care
Stronger connections and networks with people and communities - Giving people a helping hand in making those vital connections
Better equipped to take care of physical, mental health needs and fitness - Enable people to take control of their health needs and recovery
To have a purpose in life - Learning new skills, taking on challenges, employment skills & opportunities
Funds will be available for providers to deliver projects in the following district areas of Lincolnshire, including for those who want to deliver county wide. £37,500 is available for each of the eight areas identified below:
You can apply if you are a:
We are interested in projects that:
Managed Care Network Team