Health and Wellbeing


This booklet provides an overview of the steps individuals can take to improve their mental health, drawing on the experiences they have had throughout their lives. It outlines simple steps that individuals can take to feel better and become more resilient to the challenges of life. Additionally, it outlines the steps to take when mental health issues arise, such as when they become disruptive to daily life, as well as the information, support, and services available to help individuals manage their mental health.
Finally, there are some tips for being a positive influence on others and supporting them. It is not necessary to be a mental health professional to be a positive influence. Observing others, being inquisitive and being kind can be effective in helping people work through difficult times. If you would like a printed version of this guide, please email

Wellbeing Lincs 

Wellbeing Lincs is a countywide service, funded by Lincolnshire County Council supporting adults across Lincolnshire to achieve confident, fulfilled and independent living.

It offers a helping hand through life’s changes, which might include:

  • Ill health
  • Disability
  • Changes to financial circumstances
  • Changing medical need
  • Bereavement
  • Lack of family support
  • Loneliness and social isolation
  • Change in general situation circumstance.

The wellbeing service – Lincolnshire County Council

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Further support 

Here are some further links to support available:

If you are feeling distressed and urgently need to talk to someone, please call the Samaritans on 116 123.  You can call them any time, day or night, 365 days of the year.

Request a call back