Read about the progress the Living Well Network Alliance has made in working with our communities to improve adult mental health services in Lambeth. See what we’ve achieved so far, and our plans to tackle the challenges we face in the Lambeth Living Well Network Alliance Progress Report 2022.
Lambeth Together welcomed 12 new Clinical and Care Professional Leaders at the May meeting of the Lambeth Together Care Partnership Board.
These individuals, who all work within health and care services in the borough, will bring invaluable clinical and professional expertise to Lambeth Together’s work to improve health and wellbeing and to tackle inequalities in the borough as part of an integrated health and care system.
Today marks the launch of Mental Health Awareness Week, the UK’s national week to raise awareness of mental health. The week, which is hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, is in its 22nd year and runs from Monday 9 to Sunday 15 May.
Last month Black Thrive Lambeth launched their highly anticipated Culturally Appropriate Peer Support & Advocacy (CAPSA) service that aims to improve the mental wellbeing and recovery journeys of Black communities in Lambeth. The service comes into being after over a year of planning and working with the community to co-produce the Lambeth Living Well Network Alliance’s new offering in culturally appropriate care.