We work to change the lives of children and adults in Lancashire to reduce the number of people who experience a mental health condition. We've been doing this for more than 20 years.
Last year, we worked directly with over 12,000 children and adults in Lancashire and reached thousands more through phone calls, emails and on social media.
Here are some of the ways in which we made a difference:
3,010 - the number of children we engaged to increase their understanding of mental health and the ways in which they can improve their wellbeing
842 - the number of children and adults at risk of developing a mental health condition who we supported to understand their mental health and to develop self-care strategies. On average, the people who accessed our services showed a 30% improvement in their mental wellbeing
1,159 - the number of children we worked with to build their resilience and improve their wellbeing, with an average improvement in resilience and wellbeing of 57%
65 - the number of people we provided a stable home to and started them on their journey towards returning to independent living
182 - the number of students we empowered to improve wellbeing for themselves and their school community by designing a wellbeing project, with a further 1,674 children benefitting from the projects created
1,016 - the number of local employees who benefitted from attending a Lancashire Mind training course in their workplace
3,500 - the number of people we helped to get the right support by signposting them to local and national organisations