About our work and projects
Your experience of mental health and wellbeing services is important to us. Tell us what has been good, what has helped and what could be different, to make services better.
We regularly publish your anonymised feedback in our report called Making our Voice Count to influence change and report on how we have made a difference.
We work to ensure that people with lived experience are at the heart of developing and improving services. We do this by supporting and enabling people to be involved.
Whether you are someone who uses mental health services, cares for someone who does or just have an interest in our work within the sector, find out more about our membership.
Peer Mental Health Advocacy
We deliver peer led, non statutory inpatient Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) ward drop ins at Woodlands, Wedgwood House and Foxhall House.
Healthy Together Peer Support
Our Healthy Together Peer Support Project is for people living with serious mental health illness (SMI). We support you to achieve your health and wellbeing goals.
Five Ways to Wellbeing
We provide coproduced workshops based on the Five Ways to Wellbeing, call us to find out more or read our Thrive with Five series of booklets and grow your wellbeing.
We work through coproduction, valuing lived experience, to ensure people in distress and those those bereaved by suicide receive the support they need.
COVID-19: Your questions answered
We provide helpful information based on your questions about support services during the COVID-19 pandemic.