Lincoln City Foundation are joining the campaign and are celebrating the partnership between EFL and national charity Mind throughout Mental Health Awareness Week, taking place from Monday 18 May 2020.
We understand that now, more than ever, communities are feeling isolated and individuals are facing their own mental health issues as a result of the Coronavirus lockdown.
During the week, we will look at ways to “look after yourself and others” during Covid-19 and will help identify what support is out there. We will also consider how to maintain our wellbeing at work (and whilst working from home) and the impact of this current crisis on young people's mental health.
This information is available nationally from Mind at any time, but hopefully we can break this down for you and share with you some local support options.
Charlotte Hornsby, Operations Manager at Lincoln City Foundation said: “We all have our own struggles, and this is nothing to be ashamed of or worried about. Mental Health Awareness Week is an opportunity to share what services and support is available online and at a local level.
“We work with many trusts and support services in Lincolnshire and understand the impact of the current situation on families and households and want to help where we can and signpost individuals where needed.”
Lincoln City Foundation also have a Community Response Team working in the Sincil Bank/Park Ward area of Lincoln who can offer support if you find yourself struggling during this time. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07736 900341 to see if we can help.