SUF reports your views, ideas and experiences about mental health advocacy in Suffolk.
We were asked by Commissioners at Suffolk County Council to find out your views because Suffolk County Council is committed to using people’s ideas and lived experiences to help inform how services are planned and delivered in the future. The Council has to plan how they wish to design new services when the contracts they have in place come up for renewal. The current contracts for mental health advocacy and community advocacy in Suffolk are due to be renewed from 1st April 2017.
Thank you to everyone who took part in our discussions and survey.
Please read our findings in this report together with recommendations for Commissioners. SUF Mental Health Advocacy Report 2016 FINAL.