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Supporting all health and social care staff in Lincolnshire with brief therapeutic interventions supporting you to maintain your mental wellbeing. The support line acts as triage process for those in need but is also available as a space to offload, wobble or even just chat in a judgement free, safe space. Facilitated by the LPFT Staff Wellbeing Service. Access the self-referral form by selecting the 'refer now' button above.
Samaritans have now launched a confidential support line for NHS and social care workers. Their volunteers are there to support you when you've had a tough day, are feeling worried or overwhelmed, or just have a lot on your mind and need to talk it through.
Call their free confidential support line on
For staff who might be better supported with specialist talking therapies, we are able to offer priority access to steps2change.
Steps2change provide evidence based talking therapy for people with common mental health problems and is available to anyone over the age of 16 who are experiencing issues relating to anxiety and/or depression.
Read more about how to get help from steps2change by using this link.
24/7 text alternative - simply text FRONTLNE to 85258
The Active Faith Network is offering additional help with phone chaplaincy for those experiencing bereavement at this difficult time. There are twelve ministers who are extending their support to people, who can be contacted for a listening ear or a prayer to those who are in need.
If you feel this may be of use to you, or if you know someone who is struggling, you can refer them by emailing their name and phone number to Active Faith Network Co-ordinator Sian Wade: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, Active Faith can be contacted on 01522 370148.
Sudden is a free service for bereaved people protecting their emotional and physical wellbeing from day one, and for the first ten weeks, at a time of shock and loss in cases when someone has died suddenly or too soon.
Visit www.sudden.org for details of opening hours
Download more information about the support Sudden offer and their referral form by using this link.
#LookingAfterYouToo is an individual coaching support offer for Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic staff working in NHS and ambulance trusts. The purpose of this service, is to ensure that any staff member who identifies as part of our Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic workforce in NHS and ambulance trusts, is supported to maintain their psychological wellbeing during this challenging time. This individually tailored coaching support will focus on proactively supporting you to process experiences, offload the demands of whatever you are experiencing, deal with difficult conversation, develop coping skills and be supported in developing practical strategies.
Visit https://people.nhs.uk/lookingafteryoutoo/registerbook-bame/ for more information and to register