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.
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Mental Health related news
Partnership aims to support those bereaved by suicide in Lancashire and South CumbriaPosted: Friday 26th April 2019
New funding for community groups aims to help prevent suicides across Lancashire and South CumbriaPosted: Thursday 17th January 2019
Local NHS Trusts play a key role in putting patient information in the hands of paramedics and mental health nursesPosted: Thursday 29th November 2018
New Community Perinatal Mental Health Service for mums in Lancashire and South CumbriaPosted: Monday 12th November 2018
Update on mental health services across Lancashire and South CumbriaPosted: Friday 2nd November 2018