Lambeth’s Living Well Network Alliance’s Third Annual Report Is Published

Read about the progress the Living Well Network Alliance has made in working with our communities to improve adult mental health services in Lambeth. See what we’ve achieved so far, and our plans to tackle the challenges we face in the Lambeth Living Well Network Alliance Progress Report 2022.

The report covers April 2021 to March 2022 and includes moving and uplifting stories from people we’ve supported including case studies about our new:

  • Culturally Appropriate Peer Support and Advocacy service (CAPSA) provided by Black Thrive- which helps the Alliance respond to the inequalities faced by Lambeth’s Black community in mental health services
  • Staying Well Service pilot – working with GPs and primary care to support people to recover and to manage their own mental health outside secondary services

Living Well Network Alliance (LWNA) partnership

The LWNA is a collaboration between these five organisations to improve adult mental health services in Lambeth:

The Alliance is part of Lambeth Together, bringing us together with other public and voluntary sector bodies for joined up health and care including healthwatch, the independent champion for people who use health services.

Big 3 outcomes number 1: helping people recover and stay well Big 3 outcomes number 2: to make their own choices and participate in daily life on an equal footing








The LWNA aims to deliver the ‘Big 3 outcomes’ (helping people recover and stay well, make their own choices, and participate in daily life on an equal footing) by focusing on the below six key priorities: crisis; independence; home; equalities; physical health and work and training.

Living Well Network Alliance contact

If you are affected by any of the stories included, or want to tell us about your own experiences (privately) then please contact

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