Community Asset Development Funding – Social Prescribers

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Following the successful allocation of Community Asset Development Funding across the four Neighbourhood Team accelerator Sites (Gainsborough, Lincoln South, Grantham & Boston) we are pleased to announce the next round of funding will be opening shortly across 9 Primary Care Network (PCN) areas.

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For further information on PCNs, please see: Primary Care Networks: Lincolnshire Primary Care Network Alliance (

The funding aims to support people to live independently in their own homes and communities with access to a range of activities and services that promotes outcomes which support recovery and good mental health; and generally, contributes to improved health, wellbeing, independence, and choice for people with a mental illness including serious mental illness. This involves working alongside people with lived experience & partner
agencies to ensure equitable access to community support services across the County and developing Community Assets to provide a wide range of services and activities for Social Prescribers to “tap into”.

The application period will open on Monday 17th May for 5 weeks. We are holding information sessions where we will share information on the projects who have successfully received funding as well as all the information groups & organsiations will need to make a successful application.

All sessions will be via MS Teams:
Tuesday 11th May – 9am-10am
Friday 14th May – 9am-10am
Friday 14th May – 3pm-4pm
Friday 21st May – 2pm -3pm
Wednesday 26th May – 3pm-4pm
Wednesday 2nd June – 9am-10pm

If you would like to register for one of the events, please email your name and contact details

Alternatively, if you are unable to attend any of the sessions but would like further
information, please email your contact details and which area you are working in and we will
arrange for all relevant information to be shared with you.

If you have any further questions, please contact Rachel Cook, Operations Director: