We’ve signed up to the Choice and Medication website, which gives you detailed but easy to digest information about all kinds of medications that are encountered in mental health.
Together with pop/rock band, Storey, we are holding a competition for senior school students in years 10 and above.
A cross-government mental health outcomes strategy for people of all ages has been published by the Department of Health.
If you use services at the Trust or care for someone who does, you’re invited to attend one of our focus group training sessions.
Fans and players at Brentford Football Club showed their support at the weekend by signing up as members of the Trust and supporting our ‘Open Minds’ campaign.
Anyone currently using our services or their carers are invited to attend one of the information sessions on recovery and care planning.
If you use our services or care for someone who does, you might be interested in attending some training we’ve developed for service users, carers and staff.
Following a highly competitive application process, we’ve been selected as a national ImROC recovery pilot site.
Looking at a photo of Rose Pope, dress size 22, from September 2009 you wouldn’t recognise her. Now a size 10-12, happy and energetic, Rose, an outpatient service user, tells us of her amazing New Year’s resolution and how she shed five and a half stone.
If you’re a patient in the community you may be asked for your views of our services in a survey distributed by the Care Quality Commission in January.