Welcome to Suffolk User Forum
Providing feedback to inform, shape and improve services. Active across the whole of Suffolk.
SUF Ipswich office : Unit 3a, Grange Business Centre, Tommy Flowers Drive, Kesgrave, Ipswich IP5 2BY
Telephone 01473 329307
|Save the Date: World Mental Health Day 10th October 2015|
The latest SUF enewsletter is available now to download as a pdf
This latest issue contains:-
NSFT was placed into special measures after a inspection in October 2014 which resulted in it receiving an overall rating of ‘Inadequate’. CQC found the trust, which provides mental health and learning disability services to a large population across Norfolk and Suffolk, needed to make a number of improvements to ensure it was consistently delivering safe and responsive services.
If you would prefer a paper copy of the survey or have any questions please do call us 01473 329307
Would you like to be a Trustee of Suffolk User Forum?
SUF is here to make a difference and you could be part of that change. As a charity the board of trustee / directors oversees the strategic direction and future of Suffolk User Forum. We are looking for people who may have championed user rights and want to contribute to SUF. You may have lived experience of mental health, either directly or perhaps as a carer and want to be part of an organization making changes in Suffolk.
The monthly board meetings are usually held at the SUF office in Kesgrave and occasionally at Stowmarket. The format is friendly and fun with a lot covered in the 2 hour meeting.
If you are interested in finding our more about the trustee role or would like to attend a board meeting, please contact Jeannie Wright Chair of Trustees Tel 01473 329307
Visit our trustee page to see previous board meeting minutes
SUF Annual General Meeting 20th October at the John Peel Centre
This year we have a photographic exhibition in association with Cooke64
Mental Health Awareness Workshops
Suffolk User Forum have developed workshops that can be delivered in your workplace, for your staff and managers.
These workshops introduce the benefits of maintaining a mentally healthy workplace. They look at the steps anyone can take to look out for others at work and a short DVD is shown to provide examples of early warning signs. The focus of the workshop is discussion around the knowledge of mental ill health already existing with staff and how these “Hidden Talents” can be used to benefit the whole company.
see our workplace wellbeing page for more information
1 in 6 employees are currently experiencing mental ill health which, every year, costs British businesses in terms of lost production over £1000 per employee.
View a 4 minute long presentation film here
In business mental health is everyone's business
Connecting people with the experience of mental illness
to support a stronger user voice. Tel 01473 329307