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Join us on Monday 19 June in Twickenham to find out more about the future of mental health services in Richmond and have your say on the changes you want to see.
Richmond Borough Mind is currently working with local organisations to develop mental health and social care based on outcomes with the aim of enabling integrated services. On behalf of the organisations involved, South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust is hosting an innovation workshop to provide a progress update on this work.
The workshop is taking place 12-3pm, at Cole Court, 150 London Road, Twickenham, TW1 1HD.
This is a chance for service users and carers to have your say on next steps, including discussions on housing support, peer navigation, access to services and recovery cafes.
Lunch will be provided and service users and carers will be paid at the usual Trust rate*.
*Service users must be signed up on the Trust involvement register to receive payment. For more information please contact the Involvement team.
Contact: 020 3513 5775 or email Involvement@swlstg-tr.nhs.uk
Directions to Cole Court:
300 yards from Twickenham train station. Come out of the train station, turn right and walk across the bridge and turn right again with a short walk down to Cole Court entrance.
Plenty of secure parking, just pull up to the entrance and the gate will automatically rise.
15 December 2017
MindLine Trans+ is a new emotional and mental health national helpline and signposting service for people who identify as Trans, A Gender, Gender Fluid, Non-binary and their friends and families. It is open every Monday and Friday 8pm-midnight.
13 December 2017
Our new Impact Report for 2017 is now available to download. The report is a showcase for the many services and projects we run and contains case studies and testimonials of service users and their carers whose lives have been improved by the work we do.
08 December 2017
In January we will be launching our new walking peer group. This is the latest addition to our Peer Group Network, a network of activity groups run by and for people who experience mental health problems.