Transfer of physical and mental health services in Blackburn with Darwen and East Lancashire


One of NHS Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care Board’s (ICB) aims is to ensure consistency of services across Lancashire and South Cumbria, and for everyone to experience the same high-quality care, regardless of where they live. With that in mind, over the past year, the ICB, together with...

NHS Talking Therapies


Don’t bottle things up – get help for your mental health   The NHS in Lancashire and South Cumbria is encouraging people with common mental health problems to seek help through NHS Talking Therapies as part of a new campaign.   The service, previously known as IAPT (Improving Access to Psy...



Join a FREE webinar this week and #LetsTalkMentalHealth Find out more information here

Tell us your story of maternal mental health care!


Pregnancy is a major life event for any family. It can be joyful and fulfilling but also challenging. We’re launching a national survey to understand if care works for new mothers and birthing parents. Share your story.   With one in four women experiencing mental health problems during pregnan...



Be kind to your mind this #WorldMentalHealthDay There are small things we can all do to help be kind to our mind and these can make a big difference to how we feel. That’s why a new Better Health – Every Mind Matters campaign is being launched, helping us find those little things we can all do...

Orange Button Scheme


Could you help someone feeling suicidal?  Volunteers are being sought to join a major campaign to reduce suicides ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day this weekend (Saturday 10 September).  Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership wants people to sign up to the Orange Button scheme,...

Give your views on talking therapies for mental health


Give your views on talking therapies for mental health People living across Lancashire and South Cumbria have been asked to share their views on access to talking therapies to treat common mental health conditions in adults. Across Lancashire and South Cumbria, there are a number of services availab...

Accessibility of Eating Disorder health services for LGBT+ young people


Email for further information or DM us on Facebook or Twitter  If you are unable to attend the event then share your views on our online survey  LGBTQ+ Young Peoples Survey

Chill and Chat Dementia Cafe


The café offers people who are affected by Dementia including their carers, a chance to relax, socialise and meet new people who really understand. First Tuesday of every month starting 1st March, 1pm to 3pm at Kingsway, Blackburn. Find further information here

Lift Someone Out Of Loneliness


Feeling lonely is something that all of us can experience at any point and it can have a huge impact on our wellbeing. It’s important to remember that these feelings can pass and that there are lots of ways we can help each other too.   Fancy a cuppa? Fancy a walk? Sometimes reaching out to eac...

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