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Our community mental health teams provide care for people who are recovering from an on-going mental health problem. You may be referred to this service if you have or may have a severe or long term mental illness
We provide mental health services for children and young people in Lincolnshire (CAMHS and Healthy Minds Lincolnshire) and North East Lincolnshire (Young Minds Matter). The services are designed to meet a wide range of mental health needs in children and young people. These include mild to moderate emotional well-being...
If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis and is at risk of having to go to hospital because of it, our crisis resolution and home treatment team will generally become involved to try and prevent this happening.
The team provides our service users going through a serious mental health crisis he...
Our Single Point of Access (SPA) service provides a first point of contact for people aged 18 and over who wish to access mental health and learning disability services in Lincolnshire.
The Lincolnshire Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis service (CFS/ME) is a multidisciplinary specialist service, which aims to provide robust evidence based treatment to adults and children who have a confirmed diagnosis of CFS/ME and live in the NHS Lincolnshire catchment area.
Our chaplains can help you use your spirituality more confidently, whatever your tradition, religious background, faith or beliefs, at any part of your journey.
Lincolnshire's Criminal Justice Liaison and Diversion Service has been commissioned to provide support for vulnerable people as they come to the attention of the criminal justice system.
Our clozapine clinics offer a holistic approach to meet the treatment needs of service users, who are prescribed clozapine, the antipsychotic drug.
If you or a family member has dementia or Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), we can help you get the support you need.
The Early Intervention in Psychosis team (EIP) works with individuals ages from 14 to 65 year olds across Lincolnshire who are experiencing a First Episode of Psychosis (FEP) or are suspected to be at risk of developing a first episode psychosis.
The Home Treatment Team provides enhanced and intense support and intervention at home or your placement setting if you have escalating needs and complexity and are at risk of having to go into our inpatient care settings.
Our Individual Placement Service offers encouragement and practical support to help you find suitable paid work, apply for a job and stay employed. We are here to help anyone receiving secondary mental health services, who would like to get a job and be in paid work.
Lincolnshire Recovery College uses an educational approach to help people recognise and develop their personal resourcefulness and awareness in order to become experts in their self-care, make informed choices and do the things they want to in life. The Recovery College offers free educations mental health and wellbein...
We operate several specialist mental health and emotional wellbeing services for children and young people throughout Lincolnshire including community CAMHS and Healthy Minds Lincolnshire.
The memory assessment and management service provides specialist assessment, diagnosis and early interventions for people with suspected, and/or mild to moderate dementia. We offer you support at community settings or at your own home
Membership is free! How much you choose to take part as a member is up to you. You may just want to receive our membership magazine and vote every three years for someone to represent you on our Council of Governors. Or you may want to take a more active and involved role by attending events and meetings, or maybe even...
The service provides liaison psychiatry, specialist assessment, support and treatment for 16+ years old in acute hospital care also presenting with diagnosis, management and care needs related to mental health and dementia.
Lincolnshire’s Managed Care Network for mental health aims to help people who have already experienced mental health problems, or who are having their first experience of mental illness.
Patient Advice and Liaison Service provides advice and support to service users, families and their carers. We offer confidential assistance in resolving problems, complaints and concerns quickly.
The Lincolnshire psycho-oncology service is a community service which aims to provide psychological therapy for adults experiencing difficult emotional issues directly connected with a cancer diagnosis and/or treatment.
The personality and complex trauma team, also known as PACT, offers psychologically informed interventions and talking therapy for people living with complex personality difficulties
Service users are at the heart of everything we do at the Trust, including our research. We aim to offer local people the opportunity to influence and improve future NHS care and treatment through participation in research.
steps2change is an Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) NHS service for people in Lincolnshire. We provide services including psychological therapies, mental wellbeing, counselling and cognitive behavioural therapies to provide treatment for stress, anxiety, depression and obsessive compulsive disorder.
We are Lincolnshire’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC), also known as Spring Lodge. We are here to help any adult who has been raped, sexually assaulted or sexually abused at any point in their lives.
Safeguarding unborn babies, children, young people and adults who may be at risk is ‘everyone’s business’ and is a high priority for us. We are committed to preventing and identifying any abuse of children, young people and adults and work closely with our local authority colleagues who have lead agen...
Young Minds Matter provide mental health and emotional wellbeing services across the North East Lincolnshire area for children and young people.