New Lewisham Mental Health Service

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The Lewisham Community Wellbeing service is a new integrated service for people with mental health and wellbeing problems in Lewisham borough, which will be delivered in partnership by Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich (BLG) Mind, Lewisham Refugee and Migrant Network (LRMN), Sydenham Garden and METRO, working closely with South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM).

The service will support people to manage their mental health and wellbeing problems, stay well, recover, achieve their personal goals and connect with their local community. It will include:

  • a single point of access to the range of support available
  • individual, person-centred support and recovery planning
  • workshops, courses and groups
  • peer support, both through groups and individual mentoring
  • culturally specific provision for people from BAME communities
  • community engagement and mental health awareness raising
  • service user involvement.

The Lewisham Community Wellbeing service will replace the Lewisham Community Support Service currently provided by BLG Mind, services provided by Family Health ISIS and aspects of Sydenham Garden’s current provision.

The service will be fully operational from 1st April 2019, but prior to this, it will begin operating the single point of access for all new referrals.

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