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If you have personal experience of mental health problems - either currently or in the last 12 months - we would like to understand more about your experiences of mental health support through completing our online survey.
The questionnaire is for anyone aged 16 years or older. You do not need to have used Mind services to take part in this survey.
We would like especially to hear about your experiences of primary care (for example a GP or practice nurse) and charities and voluntary / third sector organisations. However, you do not have to have used these services to take part. You can also complete the survey if you've tried to access these services, but did not end up using them.
You can complete the survey here: https://www1.pickersurveys.org/snapwebhost/s.asp?k=149849017994
If you would rather complete a FREEPOST paper survey please contact us on 020 8948 7652 or email us at: email@example.com
Mind has asked Picker, an independent research charity, to conduct this survey. Your answers will help us to understand what currently works and how support could be improved.
The survey findings will be shared with researchers, policy makers, the media and organisations that provide mental health services. However, your answers will remain anonymous.
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.