Use your lived experience of mental health to help others
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
This is an enormously exciting role that will contribute significantly to positively transforming services for people in Lambeth.
Vacant Post: Information Service Assistant at Lambeth Mind to cover maternity leave.
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.
The Vacancy is for a Peer Education Support Officer. This is an important role assisting individuals who use mental health services with their education needs.
The post is fixed term for 3 years working for 3 days per week (22.5 hours)
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)
The Time to Change Village is a new concept that offers fun for everyone while challenging mental health discrimination. On the day there will entertainment from the theatre group Likely Story; performances from poet Laura May, London African Drumming and musician Half-tonne Son; and interactive game workshop from Vision4Arts. Arsenal Football Club in the Community will also be making an appearance.
Members of the Collaborative met with Mental Health Social Care Workers on the 23rd February 2012. It was a successful evening and lots of great suggestions to move forward towards the vision of Lambeth working co-productively.
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.