Lifeworks is a project for people with borderline personality disorders, a condition which in the worst cases can lead to serious self-harm or suicide. The service is funded by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Foundation Trust’s (CPFT) who have made the decision to close the centre as part of a £6 million cost-cutting exercise.
The service users were not consulted about the move and are furious that vital support they were promised for the rest of their lives is now being swept away. The occupation began after a sit in protest by Lifeworks users at the beginning of March. Speaking to Solidarity newspaper those inside said:
“Lifeworks is our lifeline. It was called Lifeworks because it was meant to be for life. Our condition is lifelong, and they want to…
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