Would you like to be more involved in helping to shape mental health services? Give direct feedback and receive the latest news and involvement opportunities for the East & West Suffolk area?
Here at Suffolk User Forum we offer extensive membership options with a wide array of ways that you can be involved with helping to shape the mental health landscape of East & West Suffolk and keep up to date with all the latest happenings and events near you. Whether you are a user of mental health services, care for someone who does or just have an interest in our work within the sector, our membership service is free and welcoming for all.
Below you will find the two different types of membership available. Our Individual membership plan or our Group membership plan for organizations and groups under the mental health umbrella.
If everything you have read so far sounds good to you, why not sign up below? A membership pack will be sent to you as soon as possible and you will have the exciting opportunity to champion mental health in East & West Suffolk alongside us. Remember, together we are stronger!
Free membership and your own SUF membership card
The chance to vote and become a SUF Trustee
Your own SUF welcome pack, including the latest newsletter
Regular personal contact with SUF staff
Opportunities to share your personal experiences and help to shape future services
Invitations to take part in other surveys about mental health in Suffolk and nationally
Opportunities for you to take part in local and national mental health campaigns
Receive a free individual copy of our quarterly SUF Newsletter with in-depth features about SUF's work as well as regular email updates about mental health news in Suffolk
Opportunities to attend free workshops run by SUF
Free group membership with SUF connecting your group to a Suffolk wide network supporting mental health & wellbeing in Suffolk
A SUF Membership Certificate for your group
Receipt of a group membership card with a right to hold one vote
The opportunity for your group to be featured in our Newsletters and in event information distributed across Suffolk
Regular personal contact for your group with SUF staff
Opportunities for your group members to share your personal experiences and help to shape future services
Opportunities for your group members to take part in SUF surveys
Invitations for your group to take part in other surveys about mental health in Suffolk and nationally
Opportunity for your group to take part in local and national mental health campaigns