Independence at home

I sleep better so my health conditions, anxiety and epilepsy, have improvedRead more

Feeling like you mean something

At the point of accessing Care Network Hub, Dan was feeling suicidal.Read more

It’s not just about the information

Heather is in her early 50s and comes to the Care Network Hub.Read more

My first port of call for anything

Care Network’s three tiered approach - supporting the lives of local peopleRead more

To have hope

Mr H had spent a lot of his childhood in care and had spent most of the last four years of his life homeless.Read more

This is the happiest time of my life

A key worker supporting a resident with complex mental health needs in his mid-50s came into the Care Network Hub.Read more

There's someone here that can actually help me

Mrs S led a successful and independent life, until she developed a long term health condition and her life spiraled out of control.Read more

Care Network and East Lancashire Deaf Society

East Lancashire Deaf Society (ELDS) have been working for over 140 years supporting deaf and hard of hearing people.Read more

Co-production from Community Restart Team

Self-directed support and peer support for positive mental health and wellbeing – a case study.Read more

Happier and relieved that people are helping

A lady in her 70s had contacted the council unsure of who she needed to speak to. The council transferred her call to the Care Network Hub.Read more

Abstinence, stability and dreaming big

Since the age of 15 Ash had been living between homes, on his 28th birthday he had a moment of clarity and came to Care Network Hub to try and change the direction that his life was going in.Read more