To start off Pride month, we want to share Sally’s story1st June 2023
Sally Wall’s journey hasn’t been a straightforward one, but her inspirational strength and resilience have led her to Barrow and a career as a counsellor, helping others.
Success at NHS apprenticeship awards24th May 2023
We are celebrating after scooping a top award at a special apprenticeship award event.
From Lancashire to Turkey22nd May 2023
Mevish Khan is a Freedom of Information Officer at the Trust. Following the devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, she gave up her own time to fly out to Turkey to help with relief efforts. Here, Mevish gives us an insight into the realities of life in the aftermath of a natural disaster.
We need a new name22nd May 2023
Since its launch in 2019 the Recovery College has been developed alongside LSCft service users and our local community, who are always at the heart of every decision. We’ve listened to your feedback and need your help in renaming the Recovery College to help everyone understand what we do a little better.
Getting to know Paul Jebb21st May 2023
We went face to face with our Associate Chief Nurse for Patient Experience, Engagement, and Safeguarding, Paul Jebb to get to know more about him, his career, and what he likes to get up to away from the office.
New mental health facility opening in summer19th May 2023
Plans are taking shape as building work continues at our new multi-million pound mental health facility in Whalley.
Recovery Riders initiative aids mental health recovery18th May 2023
Service users are getting on their bikes as part of our award-winning project aimed at improving mental wellbeing through exercise and the great outdoors.
Raising awareness for acquired brain injuries17th May 2023
Did you know that every 90 seconds someone in the UK is admitted to hospital with a brain injury?
£60,000 green spaces grant will help improve mental health in Lancashire11th May 2023
We have been awarded £60,000 of funding to support our Growing Good Health in Lancashire project.
New way to access mental health services across Lancaster, Morecambe and South Cumbria11th May 2023
Residents from across Lancaster, Morecambe and South Cumbria who need to access mental health help and support are now able to via one number, 24 hours a day, from today.
From IAPT to NHS Talking Therapies for anxiety and depression: new name, same service11th May 2023
From Monday 15 May, our psychological therapy services, Mindsmatter and First Step will be known as NHS Lancashire and South Cumbria Talking Therapies as part of a national rebranding exercise that will see all Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) services using the same name across the country.
A day in the life of Francine Goodier5th May 2023
Francine is a highly experienced nurse who has worked for different NHS organisations over her 20 year career, helping hundreds if not thousands of children and parents, including assisting health visitors going to see new mums in child and family teams.