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Launch of Pathfinder West Sussex


The new Pathfinder West Sussex service was launched during Mental Health Awareness Week (14th - 20th May)

Pathfinder West Sussex is an alliance of organisations, including Mind in Brighton and Hove, working together to enable people with mental health support needs, and their carers, to improve their mental health and wellbeing.

As well as supporting people with their mental health, we help them to improve their physical health and wellbeing. We value the expertise of people with lived experience of mental health challenges and actively involve them to design, deliver and monitor our services. Our name comes from a suggestion made by service users and we proudly carry this as our umbrella title.

To find out more, please download this information leaflet: Pathfinder West Sussex INFORMATION SHEET

Or go to the new website at: www.pathfinderwestsussex.org.uk

The Big Mind Mental Health Survey

 Mind would like to understand more about your experience of mental health support provided by primary care and charities and voluntary / third sector organisations. However, you do not have to have used these services to take part. You can also complete the survey if you've tried to access these services, but didn't end up using them. You don't need to to have used Mind services to take part in this survey.

Mind has asked Picker, an independent research charity, to conduct this survey. Your answers will help Mind to understand what currently works and how support could be improved.

The survey findings will be shared with researchers, policy makers, the media and organisations that provide mental health services. However, your answers will remain anonymous - no-one will know who said what.

The questionnaire is for anyone aged 16 years or older, with personal experience of mental health problems - either currently or in the last 12 months.

You can access the survey online using this link: www.bigmentalhealthsurvey.com/

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