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Your donations give us the opportunity to make things better for those undergoing physical or mental health care or treatment, or social care. 

We work with services across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS foundation Trust to empower our staff and patients to live better lives. All of our projects have direct impact on improving the experiences of our community. 

We enhance the core work of CPFT, which supports a population of just under one million people with specialist NHS services. These include: 

  • Older people’s mental health and community care 

  • Community and mental health care for children, young people and their families  

  • Adult mental health care  

  • Specialist learning disability services 

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Self-help resources

Assistant Psychologist Lucy Desborough holding up a self help resources booklet she has created

The Liaison and Diversion Team is a specialist service which provides support for people with mental health challenges or vulnerabilities, who get caught up in the criminal justice system or are referred by the Police. They help and empower individuals to access the health or social care services they need to live safely and overcome their challenges.

Lucy Desborough is an Assistant Psychologist within the team and has been working on a new pilot project where the service offers mental health sessions as part of a court order. Lucy kept finding that many of her clients felt unsure of what to do when their sessions finished. To help with this, and to make sure her clients continued to progress, Lucy created an end of treatment self-help booklet that also provided information on the other services and charities available to help her clients with longer-term support. 

Lucy said: "I'm really grateful that Head to Toe was able to provide funding for the professional printing of the mental health resources booklet. It means that clients are able to keep a source of support with them and can easily access information should they need it. I hope this booklet helps empower clients to look after their mental health in an accessible way.” 

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