We’re inviting children, young people, parents and carers to join a conversation and share their views on children and young people’s mental health services in Lincolnshire.
Here at LPFT we provide a number of mental health services for children and young people, including child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS), Healthy Minds Lincolnshire and Mental Health Support Teams.
We’re constantly wanting to receive feedback and hear about what we’re doing well, as well as what we can improve on, which is why throughout July and August we’re hosting a number of events around the county and online for people to tell us how we’re doing.
We want to come together with people who have been supported by our children and young people mental health services within the last year to gather feedback and to help us provide and develop the best mental health support for children and young people now and in the future.
The engagement events will also provide attendees with an update on current services.
Dates of engagement events:
- 02.08.22 - 7pm-8.30pm – online session
- 09.08.22 - 10am-12pm - The Showroom, Tritton Road, Lincoln, LN6 7QY
- 16.08.22 - 1pm-3pm - Jubilee Church Life Centre, 5 London Road, Grantham, NG31 6EY
- 23.08.22 – 10am – 11:30am – online session
- 24.08.22 - 10am - 12pm - Boston United FC, Jakemans Community Stadium, Pilgrim Way, Wyberton, Boston, PE21 7NE
- 25.08.22 – 1pm – 3pm - Gainsborough Trinity Foundation, Roses Sports & Social, North Warren Road, Gainsborough, DN21 2TU
Anyone interested in attending the events can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07773 206341. Alternatively, anyone unable to attend one of the sessions can still provide their feedback by emailing or calling us on the details above.
We would love for as many people as possible to attend so that we can gather as much feedback as possible. We will be offering gift vouchers for every young person that attends one of the events.
The events will be supported by artists from Art Pop-Up, who will be encouraging people through the use of art to feedback in a way that is comfortable, safe and engaging - supporting people, especially chidren, to give their views, by putting their experiences in art form on paper. Visually, this can be more powerful than written words.
We look forward to welcoming you at our events.
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