Wellbeing is an important part of our lives. Recently we have seen the demands on us and our services reach unprecedented heights. Together we are working through this and we want to make sure you know that there is someone who is there, someone who is listening and someone who cares when you need them.
There is so much available to help. We have spilt the support into three layers. Internal to ULHT, within Lincolnshire system and national support.
Wellbeing offers for ULHT staff
|Internal to ULHT|
|Your local Health and Wellbeing Champion||Many wards and teams have an already trained and supportive person in place to offer lending ears. For more information about who your champions are or to become a champion contact StaffWellbeing@ULH.nhs.uk.|
|Mental Health First Aider||MHFA course is now being managed by OD/ wellbeing so for dates/times/location visit the wellbeing training intranet page or contact OrganisationalDevelopment@ulh.nhs.uk.|
|Chaplains||Our Chaplains are always available where possible to chat with us. The chapel is also open 24/7 and acts as a safe space for any colleagues to use should they need it.|
|Text or call us on 07789543535 (Manned by members of the ULHT wellbeing team).|
|Email us here StaffWellbeing@ULH.nhs.uk.|
|Social Media||@ULHTWellbeing on Facebook & Twitter for information and messenger.|
|More direct support||You can still refer directly to email@example.com.|
|Within our Lincolnshire System|
|Staff wellbeing hub for Lincolnshire||For brief therapeutic interventions supporting you to maintain your mental wellbeing contact the staff wellbeing and support team. The support line acts as triage process for those in need but is also available as a space to offload, wobble or even just chat in judgement free, in a safe space.
Call: 01522 518609 | Mon – Fri, 9am to 5pm
Leave a message if no one is available to take your call and you will be contacted the next working day.
|#OurNHSPeople national wellbeing support line||Our NHS People have introduced a confidential staff support line, operated by the Samaritans and free to access: 7.00 am – 11.00 pm, seven days a week Tel: 0300 131 7000.|
|Wellbeing Apps||NHS staff have been given free access to a number of wellbeing apps from now until 31 March 2021 to support our mental health and wellbeing.|
|24/7 Text||Text ‘frontline’ to 85258 for 24/7 support via text.|
|NHS People national resources||National NHS People resources.|