Mental Health Services: Have Your Say On The Draft Strategy

Published on 14/08/2014

Commissioners of health and social care services have been working with residents to explore how emotional wellbeing and adult mental health services can be improved.

A public consultation on the draft joint commissioning strategy for Emotional Wellbeing and Adult Mental Health is taking place. It was co-produced by the six Surrey Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and Surrey County Council with residents to improve local services.

The consultation will run until 28 September 2014.

Your views are needed on whether the draft strategy includes the right priorities and actions to improve services.  We are particularly keen to hear from people and carers with experience of mental health services in Surrey and North East Hampshire.  We would also like to hear from groups or organisations involved or interested in mental health issues and request these organisations to promote the consultation and encourage the people using your services to submit their responses to the questions we ask and any other views in relation to the strategy.

Visit the link to see the documents and submit your views:

http://www.healthysurrey.org.uk/your-views/emotional-wellbeing-and-adult/