Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and Autism

Working with communities to improve the mental health, resilience and wellbeing of people in Lancashire and South Cumbria is one of our partnership priorities. 

Our ambition in Lancashire and South Cumbria is that mental health and wellbeing is considered of equal importance to physical health in all of our communities. When citizens require more support, they should be able to access an effective range of age-appropriate mental health services. At present, there is variation in access, provision and clinical outcomes.


Find out more about our Mental Health programme

To support local people and organisations wanting to signpost people to help and advice, we have listed some of the mental health support resources available across Lancashire and South Cumbria. 
On this map, there are 9 different categories relating to mental health needs/support which are displayed on the left of the map. Each type of service is colour coded with markers.
News about mental health work across Lancashire and South Cumbria
Learning Disabilities
Information about mental health providers across Lancashire and South Cumbria
Get involved with mental health in Lancashire and South Cumbria
A community scheme aimed at reducing the number of deaths by suicide.
On behalf of all partners, including NHS, local authority, voluntary and charity organisations, police and other emergency services, Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria commissioned an independent review of urgent mental health services.
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