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Mission - To facilitate the best quality of life for people with mental health problems in Lincolnshire

Vision - That all people suffering mental ill health and their carers should have access to the best support to meet their individual needs

Values

  • ­ Society disables people with mental illness by failure to adapt or respond to their special needs
  • ­ Most people are capable of recovery from mental illness and can lead high quality fulfilling and purposeful lives
  • ­ People should be treated as individuals celebrating their diversity
  • ­ People with lived experience of mental illness can provide valuable insight and support for others
  • ­ People and organisations working together co-operatively can add value to the work of each other


Objectives
The relief of sickness and preservation of health of people with mental health problems living in Lincolnshire by providing a network of people and organisations which can help to connect people with the services and support that will most effectively meet their needs and enhance their lives.

 Governance

Shine Lincolnshire is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) Registered number: 1175616

pdfThe Constitution for the charity can be viewed here.  

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Latest Events

Skegness PARENT/CARER DROP IN SESSION
Mon Nov 25 @10:00AM - 02:00PM
LPFT Board of Directors meeting
Thu Nov 28 @ 9:00AM -
Boston PARENT/CARER DROP IN SESSION
Mon Dec 02 @10:00AM - 02:00PM
Pain Revolution event - Grantham
Mon Dec 09 @ 1:30PM - 03:00PM
Lincoln Community Rehabilitation Services Engagement Event
Tue Dec 10 @ 6:00PM - 08:00PM

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Mental Health Hub

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A new vision to support people long before they reach crisis point in Lincolnshire  

Mental health First Aid

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Starting in March 2020   

YourVoice@Healthwatch

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