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A boost to mental health recovery

02 Feb 2011

Woman in day centreFollowing a highly competitive application process, we’ve been selected as a national ImROC recovery pilot site.

ImROC, which stands for Implementing Recovery – Organisational Change, aims to help six trusts to improve the quality of their local services to support people more effectively to lead meaningful and productive lives (‘recovery’).

The ImROC project is delivered by a partnership of Mental Health organisations (NHS Confederation, the Centre for Mental Health and the National Mental Health Development Unit) and will run at the Trust for the next two years.

Anne Aiyegbusi, Head of Nursing for West London Forensic Services and ImROC project lead for the Trust, explains: “This means that we’ll receive a package of expert consultation, training and development which will help us to improve services so that they become more recovery oriented. I’m delighted that our hard work has paid off and that we’ve been chosen as a pilot site for this project which will help us to transform practice and deliver significant benefits for patients.”

Thirty six trusts applied and we were one of six in the country selected for the project.

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