Help create better mental health services for people living in the City
The Advocacy Project is setting up a user-led service called Mental Health Voice – which enables genuine and constructive involvement from people with mental illnesses in City and Hackney. We are developing a User Leadership Committee (ULC) of ten local people who have experienced mental illness to shape the local services. The User leadership Committee will produce a work plan based on local priorities and will create task groups to put the work plan into action.
The ULC will also design a peer mentoring service. Peer mentoring involves a person with lived experience of mental illness offering one to one support to someone else experiencing mental illness.
Would you like to be involved?
The Advocacy Project are looking for people who are passionate about shaping mental health services that live or work in City of London to join the User Leadership Committee. It is an opportunity to meet new people, develop new skills and hopefully learn something new. We are also looking for people with lived experience of mental illness to train as peer mentors and offer one to one support to someone else experiencing mental illness.
To find out more please contact Bonnie Studd at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07934298720.
Add a Comment