The draft Lambeth Together Covid-19 Recovery Plan sets out the priorities and key actions for health and care partners in Lambeth from September 2020 to March 2022. This plan addresses the real and pressing challenges of Covid-19 while also seeking to drive longer term change by improving health and reducing health inequalities within the borough.
Important information about the coronavirus (COVID-19)
About Lambeth Together
The what, when, where, how and why. Find out how Lambeth Together will make things better if you use our health and care services, or work in them.
Get the latest news as Lambeth Together ramps up across the borough.
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.
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.
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.
Personalised Support Alliance
This will bring together services to support Lambeth residents with physical or learning disabilities, helping them lead independent lives.
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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.
Working in partnership, Carers’ Hub Lambeth and My Social are currently developing the Lambeth Carers Card scheme. This Carers Week they are launching early access to online resources and information which may be of particular help to unpaid carers.
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.