Better you, better Lambeth

Lambeth Together is an integrated local care partnership helping Lambeth residents have better access to health and care so they can lead happier, healthier lives.

How we'll help Lambeth thrive

Delivery Alliances

  • Living Well Alliance

    The Living Well Network is making it easier for people to get help with their mental health needs. It already supports hundreds of people every month.

    About the Living Well Alliance
  • Neighbourhood and Wellbeing Alliance

    This Alliance will bring together different providers to offer a better service to Lambeth residents facing a range of issues, including long-term illnesses.

    About the Neighbourhood and Wellbeing Alliance
  • Children and Young People Alliance

    The Children and Young People Alliance will work to make Lambeth one of the best places in the world for children and young people to grow up.

    About the Children and Young People Alliance

Latest news

  1. Latin connection health and wellbeing fair event flyerAs part of Lambeth’s commitment to community health and providing joined up health and care at neighbourhood level, Streatham Primary Care Network (PCN) and Streatham AT Medics are holding a Health and Wellbeing Fair for the Latin Community. Find details of time and place below:

    • Saturday October 7 2023.
  2. Patients sitting in a circle talking with a doctor who is taking notes.

    Supporting people with chronic pain is one of our priorities within Lambeth Together. Our Neighbourhood and Wellbeing Delivery Alliance (NWDA) has been working with Centric to set up a Chronic Pain Patient Advisory Group (PAG).

    As September has been Pain Awareness Month we wanted to wrap it up by highlighting how this group strengthens the voice of people living with chronic pain and how it feed into our work in Lambeth.

  3. Stoptober is back for 2023, with a new national campaign to encourage and support smokers to make a quit attempt. There’s a range of support available in Lambeth for smokers seeking to quit.

    Since its inception in 2012, Stoptober has successfully helped 2.5 million smokers to make a quit attempt and has become a well-recognised annual event in the public health calendar.

  4. Lambeth communities are being encouraged to visit Lambeth’s Health and Wellbeing Bus to find out how to dispose of unused medicines and to speak to a pharmacist about any medicines they are taking.

    Supporting people to understand how their medicines work

    This is part of Lambeth Together and NHS South East London’s drive to support people to understand how their medicines work, how multiple medicines might interact with one another, and to inform them about medicines reviews and how to access them.