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Mental health in east Kent – have your say

User AvatarPosted by Paul Davey at 01/04/2016 11:46:01

The east Kent mental health commissioning team are keen to involve people in developing their work with mental health.  We want to hear from you about your priorities for mental health and how these services should look in the future. We want to know what you really think.

Do you have views about local mental health services? Have you used them? Avoided them but needed them? You are the experts in what works and what needs to change. We’d really like to hear from you to help develop our priorities for the future and improve services.

The east Kent mental health commissioning team is introducing co-production in their work, which means including people affected by mental health issues. We’d like to invite you to become involved in this future work by leaving your email address at the bottom of this survey so the team can contact you. 

We’d really like to hear from you if you:

  • Have experience of local mental health services, or are close to someone who has used these services, for example, a family member.
  • Have not been in touch with mental health services but wanted to be.
  • Are passionate about helping other people to feed in their views and experiences, but do not necessarily have personal experience of mental health difficulties.

Our co-production work could mean filling in surveys or meeting with other people to share your views, but there’s no pressure to do or say anything you don’t want to but we would welcome your involvement.

This survey is running from 1 April – 31 May 2016 and is available to complete below.

                                         Complete the survey

If you have any questions about the survey, please email the east Kent mental health commissioning team at: ekmentalhealth.commissioning@nhs.net.