Got an opinion about Mental health services?
Published: 27 January 2016 | Categories: Healthcare
Then have your say…
The South- and Mid-Nottinghamshire CCGs are considering how we can best support adults with mild, moderate and severe common mental health problems such as depression, anxiety and eating disorders. We want to provide services that are effective in helping people recover, stay well and live as independently as possible.
Primary care psychological therapies (PCPT) – sometimes called talking therapies – are already available and can meet the needs of many people with common mental health problems. However, for people who have not recovered through PCPT or where it’s not deemed suitable, we need to assess whether any alternative options can be provided.
We are carrying out this survey to gather feedback from local people who may use these services. This will help us determine whether we need to make any changes to current services and, if so, what kind of services people might be likely to use. Please help us by taking the survey.