South Lincolnshire

At CPSL Mind, we are relatively new to South Lincolnshire and are currently taking our first steps to support the provision of mental health and wellbeing services in the area.

CPSL Mind in South Lincolnshire

We offer services to support wellbeing for people in the South Lincolnshire area. You can find out more about each of these below.

We now have Good Mood Cafes available to attend in South Lincolnshire! We have launched two new Good Mood Cafes in Long Sutton and Sutton Bridge to connect people in the community and provide valuable mental health support.

Our Good Mood Cafes provide an opportunity to meet new people to share interests, skills and wellbeing tips in an informal space to help boost your mood.

We are working in partnership with the NHS to provide a Night Light Cafe in Long Sutton. This initiative provides a local, safe space for anyone experiencing mental health crisis, providing a listening ear during the evening.

The Night Light Cafe is held on Wednesday and Thursday evenings 6pm – 10pm in the welcome area at Long Sutton Parish Church.

Our Good Life Fund is offering you the chance to apply for a financial grant to host a community picnic in South Lincolnshire. If you’d like to find out more, please email us at southlincs@cpslmind.org.uk or call us on 0300 303 4363.

Boston has experienced significant immigration particularly from European Countries, this has raised the importance for the Boston Primary Care Network to understand and address local health inequalities that exist identifying; the specific challenges people are experiencing with their mental and physical health, the barriers to accessing health and social care support, how they need to develop services that are more responsive for this population.

To address health inequalities a CPSL Mind Project Lead and team of Peer Designers will work alongside others to produce a Mental Health & Wellbeing Insight Report which will seek to inform the following:

  • Individuals understanding of accessing services & support
  • Current community assets
  • Issues/barriers to accessing support
  • Gaps in service/support provision

In order to ensure best utilisation of resources and to ensure key deliverables achieved, this project will be specifically focusing on:

  • Mental health and wellbeing
  • Insight within the European Community only, scoping will be undertaken to confirm which communities and how many.
  • The project will ensure it identifies and works with different cohorts including both working adults and homeless individuals.

Anyone who would like to share their experience or contribute to this project should contact the project team by email at  southlincs@cpslmind.org.uk or by calling 0300 303 4363

Get in touch

Collaborative working is important to us. We are keen to hear from organisations and individuals about how we or you can contribute and help us support people who are experiencing mental health struggles in South Lincolnshire.

Our aim is to:

  • Build strategic relationships with commissioners, statutory services, voluntary/community sector providers and groups for people experiencing poor mental health
  • Identify opportunities to collaborate with others and positively influence community mental health provision in South Lincolnshire
  • Identify opportunities for sustainable service developments that complement the wide range of existing community provision

We are excited to see where this will take us and look forward to complementing the fantastic work already taking place in this area.

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