Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

01522 309200 Trust Headquarters, St George's, Long Leys Road , LINCOLN, Lincolnshire, LN1 1FS

2 out of 5 stars

Based on 4 ratings for this trust



  • CQC Inspection, April 2017
  • Trust Supports #Hellomynameis
Lincolnshire partnership Foundation Trust

The Trust is committed to a number of values as an organisation, which form the basis of everything we do. It is important that patients, service users and carers remain at the heart of this and is why our overall purpose is:

Our purpose:

To enable people to live well in their communities.

We continue to strengthen our vision and values and embed throughout the organisation to ensure that every member of staff is committed to making a difference.

Our vision:

To make a difference to the lives of people with mental health needs and learning disabilities. To promote recovery and quality of life through effective, innovative and caring services.

Our core values:

  • Putting people first
  • Developing and supporting our staff
  • Respecting people's differences
  • Behaving with respect, compassion and integrity
  • Having pride in our work
  • Working in partnership
  • Being recovery focused and making a positive difference

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides comprehensive mental health and social care services for the county of Lincolnshire and beyond.

Our services include specialist health services for people with a learning disability or mental health, problem.

If you feel you have a mental health problem or want to access any of our services, please contact your GP for advice and support or get in touch with our Single Point of Access service.

Please click on the contact details for different ways to contact us.

Departments and services

We provide specialist health services for people with a learning disability or mental health problem.

Our services include:

  • Adult community mental health

  • Talking therapies

  • Mental health inpatient care

  • Mental health rehabilitation

  • Child and adolescent mental health

  • Dementia and older adult mental health

  • Eating disorders

  • Forensic mental health

  • Specialist learning disability community services

  • Specialist psychological therapies

  • Veterans mental health

  • Crisis and home treatment

  • Sexual assault referral centre

  • Community support networks

  • Recovery College

Latest news

CQC Inspection, April 2017

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust was awarded a Good by the CQC Inspection Team in April 2017.

Associated document

CQC Inspection Report April 2017.pdf (.pdf, 617.17 KB)

Last updated on 12 December 2017.

Trust Supports #Hellomynameis

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust are pledging their support for the #Hellomynameis campaign by Dr Kate Granger.

Here at LPFT we wanted to show our support for the #hellomynameis campaign - and for Kate - by asking staff to make more of a conscious effort to introduce themselves to any patient, the first time they meet.  All staff name badges support the #hellomynameis initiative.

Last updated on 23 March 2015.

Latest reviews of this organisation

Step2change awful team

I've been referred by my GP to the Mental Health Team at Step2Change numerous times during the last couple of years because this departme...

4 February 2019

A positive experience with Connect Centre

Dr Zafar has been my Psychiatrist for approximately five years. He has been such an amazing support for me over the years. He has provide...

14 August 2018

Less support

I had a lovely lady who was working as a social worker, who I got on very well with. She was lovely support. I had her from the end of 20...

9 July 2018

Crisis team was an awful service

I was given contact with the crisis team by my GP and was given visits for a week, the first few days with the different people was so po...

11 June 2018

No support from crisis team

Upon feeling suicidal in the middle of the night and feeling that staying at home would put me at serious risk, I actually walked to the ...

29 May 2018

Last updated on 26 September 2018.

Information supplied by Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust