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Support in the Community

Lincolnshire Talking Therapies

Lincolnshire Talking Therapies is a free NHS talking therapies service. It is provided by Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. It’s a service for adults in Lincolnshire who are experiencing problems with anxiety, depression, stress and offers help with issues like bereavement or the impact of a traumatic event.

Please note that Lincolnshire Talking Therapies is for mild to moderate mental health problems and cannot provide an urgent/emergency service.

You can self-refer to Lincolnshire Talking Therapies by going to Lincolnshire Talking Therapies.


Recovery College

Recovery College uses an educational based approach to mental health 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.

All courses are co-designed and co-delivered by experts with lived experience of mental ill health, peer trainers and expert health professionals. To find out more about courses on offer in local areas, visit their website.


Community Mental Health Teams

Community Mental Health Teams (CMHTs) provide recovery-based interventions and support people to live with a mental health condition. This service is for people who have a severe or long-term mental illness. To access support of CMHTs you need to be referred by your GP. More information is available from Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust website. 


Mental Health Hub

It is normal for people to feel over-whelmed or anxious, especially when they are facing life changing situations such as a relationship breakdown, unemployment, homelessness, addiction, or the death of a loved one.

Often people don't seek support early enough and find themselves reaching crisis point, resulting in involvement from the emergency services. Since 2017, local partners have been working together to develop an exciting new vision to support people long before they reach crisis point. It was from this that the concept for the Mental Health Hub was born.


Mental Health Helpline

Mental Health Matters provides a Mental Health Helpline with a 24/7 telephone response. The Helpline supports the people of Lincolnshire, offering signposting and advice and guidance related to their support needs.

The Helpline is for people with mental health problems and issues, for their carers, families and friends. The Team can offer emotional guidance and information and help people who may be feeling low, anxious or stressed or in extreme emotional distress and feel that there is nowhere else to turn. Support is also provided to people caring for another person and finding it difficult to cope. The service is confidential unless it is considered there is a risk to yourself or others.

The free number for Lincolnshire is 0800 0014331


Loneliness: Every Mind Matters Toolkit

Feeling lonely is something that all of us can experience at any point and it can have a huge impact on our wellbeing.

It’s important to remember that these feelings can pass and that there are lots of ways we can help each other too. 

Please see attached the loneliness Tool Kit which encourages people to visit the loneliness page on the Every Mind Matters loneliness webpage, where they will find support and advice for ways that they can reach out to someone else, as well as finding support that may help them feel less lonely too.

To hear more or get involved in the campaign, please email campaigns@dcms.gov.uk



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