Secondary and primary care are working closer together to support people’s recovery
Thames Reach partnership is delivering an innovative IT peer support project
DVD explores those who travel to conflict zone
Exhibition reveals rich Trust talent
Show your support, get tested for HIV and wear the red ribbon
Collaborative design sessions tackle crisis
Take a bus ride with First Step Trust
The new front door for mental health services gets a polish to mark its first year
27th November, 11:00 to 12:30pm Click here for more information
Faith leaders play a crucial role in the wellbeing of their communities
Callout for surgeries to help promote awareness of the needs of unpaid carers and to make carers aware of their rights.
The latest Lambeth Collaborative event reminds us that we all have something to bring to building a community
The latest Lambeth Collaborative event reminds us that we all have something to bring to building a community.
New network has given people resilience to change their lives
Lambeth brings thought-provoking and lively events
Collaborative confirms that community food growing project is supporting people’s Wellbeing
A dynamic group of artists explore “Living with Schizophrenia”
An exciting new initiative at First Step Trust run by SMaRT garage services
Commission makes 40 recommendations on black health and wellbeing
The Living Well Network’s first open event is a successful day out for services and those who use them
Lambeth & Southwark Mind and the Living Well Network demonstrate positive partnership working at the Lambeth Country Show
A brief overview of the first six months
June means Carers Week celebrations and a chance for mental health staff to reflect on an unpaid workforce
Such is its success, Solidarity in a Crisis has expanded its service
Read about what happened at the Collaborative event, who was there, the challenges people were asked to think about and the solutions they came up with.
The presentation slides from The Collaborative Fast Forward event
The Hub is the new front door to mental health support
A powerful new report describes how people moved on from services and got their lives back on track
Save the date for our Collaborative event. Come along to get an update on the progress of The Collaborative and to join us on the next stages of its design and development.
Members of Lambeth Collaborative’s Provider Alliance Group sum up their vision for the year ahead.
The Living Well Network is here
Lambeth Peer Support Framework
The Collaborative is co-designing a new commissioning model to enable the delivery of co-productive services.
Raising mental health awareness in Brixton
Another successful co-production event: Stepping Up and Stepping out to meet our challenge on 12th September 2012 at The KIA Oval.
Lambeth has been successful in the bid for PHB: going further, faster programme. For more information about PHB please download the Lambeth successful Lambeth Personal Health Budget Pilot: interim findings and update
A chance to come and explore, design and test with the Collaborative in order to help us to continue our work to grow a Living Well Network and move away from a system that is focused on dealing with crisis, to one that intervenes earlier, helps people really recover and enables people to live their lives in their communities.
Lambeth Collaborative Pioneer Lab event Tuesday 19th June from 1-5pm.
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Lambeth Collaborative Borough Wide Co-production Event
Date: Tuesday 19th June
Time: 12.30 – 5pm
Venue: Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre (108 Stamford Street London SE1 9NH)
Co-production: an emerging evidence base for adult social care transformation
Solidarity in a Crisis is an out-of-hours crisis service in Lambeth, co-designed and co-delivered by service users and carers. The project will be going live on the 1st April 2012.
A study was conducted in July/August 2010 that looked at the process and outcomes of care for patients with severe mental illess at a general practice in Lambeth.
Missing Link will give those about to be discharged from a number of wards at Lambeth Hospital the opportunity to meet with a peer supporter in the community for up to two hours a week over 12 weeks.