Join the conversation about our adult mental health wards

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Published on: 14th November 2022

We want to provide the highest standard of mental health care across Lincolnshire.

Following the recent necessary temporary closure of Lincolnshire’s male psychiatric intensive care unit, we are inviting patients, service users, carers and the public to join in a conversation about our current adult mental health wards and the impact of the temporary closure.

As well as the face to face or virtual workshops which are open to all, we also have an anonymous online survey for anyone who isn’t able to attend but would still like to contribute their views.

Please see dates and links below to get involved in the conversation.

We’d particularly like to hear from you if you, or someone you care for has accessed our mental health wards recently and if the temporary closure will impact you.

At the workshops we'll be explaining a bit more about why the Trust has found it neccessary to temporarily reduce its mental health beds. We'll also be exploring if this impacts you and what more we could do to support during the temporary closure.

We'd also like to hear more about what it is like to receive care on our mental health wards and how you would like to see hospital care delivered in the future.

You can also read more about why we have had to temporarily close the Hartsholme Centre on our website here.

Online survey

You can also share you views with us via our anonymous survey by visiting http://ratenhs.uk/76Vb5y

Engagement events

Wednesday 23 November 2022
10am-12pm 
Alive Church, 22 Newland, Lincoln, LN1 1XD

Thursday 1 December 2022
2pm-4pm 
Jubilee Church Life Centre, 5 London Road, Grantham, NG31 6EY

Tuesday 6 December 2022
2pm-4pm
Jakemans Community Stadium, Boston United Football Club, Pilgrim Way, Boston, PE21 7NE

Wednesday 14 December 2022
3pm-4.30pm
Virtual workshop 

Additional workshop added:

Tuesday 10 January 2023
2pm-4pm
The Storehouse, North Parade, Skegness, PE25 1BY

 

To register your interest or for more information:

email lpft.involvement@nhs.net

or call 07773 206341 or 07972 452425

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If you’d like to register your interest in attending or would like more information, please email lpft.involvement@nhs.net

or call 07773 206341

or 07972 452425.

 

If you can't attend you can also complete our anonymous survey by visiting http://ratenhs.uk/76Vb5y

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