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Supporting residents mental health and well being

Supporting Residents’ Mental Health and Well-Being

Presentation By The Social Inclusion & Recovery Service (Lewisham)

Social Inclusion & Recovery Service (Lewisham)


Mental health quiz
Mental Health Quiz

Please take 5 minutes to complete our Mental Health Quiz.

Thank you

Social Inclusion & Recovery Service (Lewisham)


Primary care services support for clients recovering from mild to moderate mental health issues
Primary Care Services – Support for Clients Recovering from Mild to Moderate Mental Health Issues

GP

Self Referral

Improving Access to Psychological

Therapies

(IAPT)

High Intensity Therapy

(CBT)

Low Intensity Therapy

(Mild Depression)

Employment Workers

MIND Community

Support Service

Other Primary Care

Services


Secondary care services support for clients recovering from complex mental health issues
Secondary Care Services – Support for Clients Recovering from Complex Mental Health Issues

GP Referral to Community Mental

Health Team

(CMHT)

Presentation at

A&E

In Patient Services

Crisis Resolution &

Home Treatment

Team

CMHT/Psychological

Therapies

Discharged From

Services

CMHT/Social Inclusion

& Recovery

Service

MIND


Iapt lewisham

IAPT Lewisham from Complex Mental Health Issues

A free and confidential NHS service offering Psychological Therapies to adults in the Borough of Lewisham, including:

Guided Self Help

Computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Counselling

Couples Therapy for Depression

Employment Support

Workshops and Courses

Social Inclusion & Recovery Service (Lewisham)


Iapt referrals
IAPT Referrals from Complex Mental Health Issues

  • Fill out the online form from our website: http://www.slam-iapt.nhs.uk

  • Email us at [email protected] requesting a self-referral form which we can email or post to you. (Don't forget to include your postal address if you request the form to be posted to you.)

  • Call us on 020 3049 2000 to request a self-referral form

  • You can write to us requesting a self-referral form at  IAPT Lewisham, PO Box 61678, London, SE12 2AN

  • Or just speak to your GP who can refer you

Social Inclusion & Recovery Service (Lewisham)


Support provided in secondary care
Support Provided in Secondary Care from Complex Mental Health Issues

The Service provides a 12 week Occupational Therapy Re-ablement Service

and Vocational/Self-Directed Support Service. This also includes

Support Planning for Service Users who are eligible for a Personal

Budget.

Support provided by includes:

  • Assessment/advice/support for service users nearing discharge from Secondary Care

  • Support Planning

  • Acute Inpatient and transitional support

  • Benefits signposting and advice

  • Activities of Daily Living Assessments

Social Inclusion & Recovery Service (Lewisham)


Vocational support
Vocational support from Complex Mental Health Issues

  • Full Vocational Assessment

  • Job Retention Support

  • Support with Disclosure of Mental Health Illness and Criminal Convictions

  • Preparation for Work: Interview techniques, job search and CV support

  • Practical advice and support to overcome barriers to employment

Social Inclusion & Recovery Service (Lewisham)


Mental health illness and employment
Mental Health illness and Employment from Complex Mental Health Issues

  • 13% of people using specialist mental health services are in employment (NHS Information Centre, 2012)

  • 43% of people using mental health services were not offered help with finding or keeping work but would have liked help. (CQC, 2012)

  • A total of 1.18 million people in the UK are in contact with secondary mental health services. Of these, 136,000 have a serious mental health condition and may require support to gain and keep paid employment. (nmhdu 2010)

  • A total of 2.3 million people with mental health conditions are on benefits or out of work. 1.3 million of these have a serious and enduring mental health condition.

  • Mental ill health is the most common reason for claiming health-related benefits; some 42%of the 2.6 million people claiming health-related unemployment benefits are doing so primarily because of a mental health condition. Many others have a secondary mental health condition that contributes to their inability to work or return to the workplace. (nmhdu 2010)

Social Inclusion & Recovery Service (Lewisham)


Questions
Questions from Complex Mental Health Issues

Many thanks for attending our workshop.

Please help yourself to hand-outs

Social Inclusion & Recovery Service (Lewisham)


References
References from Complex Mental Health Issues

Care Quality Commission (CQC)

www.cqc.org.uk

National Mental Health Development Unit

www.nmhdu.org.uk

NHS Information Centre

www.mqi.ic.nhs.uk

Social Inclusion & Recovery Service (Lewisham)


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