Lifecraft’s Lifeline helpline for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough provides a listening ear, to discuss issues affecting mood & wellbeing especially during this time.
Organisations across the county have joined forces to launch a wellbeing campaign and additional mental health support for people during the coronavirus outbreak.
We are responding to this time of incredible change and challenge for our communities by launching an online wellbeing service and fellow charity Lifecraft have extended the hours of their Lifeline mental health helpline.
It is with regret that we have to announce the temporary suspension of our community-based services – namely our Good Mood cafes, Open Door calm spaces, Peer Support Groups and Perinatal Groups – until further notice.
We are here for you and you can still call us on our central number 0300 303 4363 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are excited to announce the launch of the “Support U’s” mental health football sessions in partnership with Cambridge United Community Trust.
In 2010, a young man travelled to the UK to study at university. Here he fell in love with a young lady and the dynamic of their lives changed irreversibly in the most challenging ways.
Have you been discharged from a mental health hospital within the last five years? If so, you may be able to help us with a survey which aims to help people transition more easily from inpatient mental health settings to the community.
Our partnership with gaming company Jagex has won the Corporate Community Local Involvement award at the national Charity Times Awards for our work on the suicide prevention campaign STOP Suicide.
Good Mood cafes, Open Door calm spaces and community connectivity, just a few of the initiatives in the fresh approach to supporting the one in four of us who may have a need for mental health services at some time in our lives.