Better you, better Lambeth

Lambeth Together will help Lambeth residents lead healthier lives, and give them better access to health services. It will also mean big improvements for staff working in health and social care.

How we'll help Lambeth thrive

Delivery Alliances

  • Living Well Alliance

    The Living Well Network is making it easier for people to get help with their mental health needs. It already supports hundreds of people every month.

    About the Living Well Alliance
  • Neighbourhood and Wellbeing Alliance

    This Alliance will bring together different providers to offer a better service to Lambeth residents facing a range of issues, including long-term illnesses.

    About the Neighbourhood and Wellbeing Alliance
  • Children and Young People Alliance

    The Children and Young People Alliance will work to make Lambeth one of the best places in the world for children and young people to grow up.

    About the Children and Young People Alliance
  • Personalised Support Alliance

    This will bring together services to support Lambeth residents with physical or learning disabilities, helping them lead independent lives.

    About the Personalised Support Alliance

Latest news

  1. NHS leaders have approved plans which will see the transformation of adult acute inpatient mental health wards for Lambeth residents with facilities moved to a new, fit-for-purpose building at the Maudsley Hospital, in Denmark Hill.

    The decision was made by the Governing Body of NHS South East London Clinical Commissioning Group (SEL CCG) on 16 July 2020, after considering feedback from a 12-week NHS public consultation.

  2. Carers’ Week 2020 | 8th -14th June | Making carers visible

    This year’s Carers Week is all about Making Carers Visible – to services, to each other and to the general public. With the Covid 19 crisis further increasing the pressure and strain placed upon unpaid carers, it’s never been more important to raise awareness of carers.

It’s more important than ever to help protect yourself and others from flu.

Our staff are doing their bit by getting their #jabdone, including our Chief Executive Ian Abbs, pictured here with Interim Chief Nurse Toni Lynch a few weeks ago.

London has moved to local Covid-19 level ‘High’, resulting in an increase of restrictions for residents in Lambeth. Please help protect people around you by following the rules and abiding by the public health advice @lambeth_council #COVID19 #tier2

The COVID-19 pandemic has shone a huge spotlight on the important roles of nurses and midwives.

Read about a nurse who was redeployed, and why Florence
Nightingale’s teachings are more important than ever before http://bit.ly/Page12TheGiST

#InternationalYearOfTheNurseAndMidwife

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