We are an independent mental health user led, involvement, peer support and advocacy organisation.
- Listening and giving people a voice is at the heart of our organisation.
- We work to ensure mental health care and wellbeing support is accessible, high quality, supportive, compassionate, and fair. Built on listening to and understanding people’s needs and wishes, addressing health, discrimination and social inequalities.
- We believe that service user leadership is essential to help improve services and to make a difference to the experience of others. By listening, we gather your feedback about mental health services, reporting this regularly in our publication ‘Making Our Voice Count’ which is presented to strategic leaders and mental health providers.
- By promoting and enabling meaningful involvement and coproduction between service users, family carers, commissioners and providers we make positive change happen.
There is only one organisation I would ever recommend to people who have mental health and need help. That is Suffolk User Forum.
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Your feedback matters
We are here to listen to your lived experiences of mental health and wellbeing services, share your story. Tell us what has worked well or what needs improvement.
Making Our Voice Count
We make sure that strategic partners, commissioners and service leaders know and understand your your feedback and what needs to change to improve care and support.
We provide engagement, peer support, signposting, suicide prevention and inpatient mental health advocacy services, promoting information, rights and choices.