Local mental and community health trust is holding a service user and carer assembly on 3 October 2017 1-3pm at Quaker Meeting House, L1 3BT
For a local mental and community health trust, taking part, means getting involved and being a part of everything they do.
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust has a long track record of involving the people who use their services in planning and delivering those services.
Historically, people who use the trust’s services have lived experience of mental health, addictions and learning disability problems and act as role models for those who may be at the beginning of their journey of recovery.
The trust now provides community health services in south Sefton and is looking for people who regularly use community services to take part.
Assemblies are open to those who want to hear about services, know more about the trust and listen or take part in discussions and debates.
By taking part you can bring a whole new perspective to the trust’s services.
For more information or to let them know your’re planning to attend contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 473 2951.
Our assemblies are open to service users and carers who want to hear about our services, know more about the Trust and listen or take part in discussions and debates on mental health issues. The meetings are held between 1.00pm - 3.00pm at Quaker meeting House, School Lane, L1 3BT. Future meeting dates and how to book are below:
Tuesday 5 December
To confirm attendance please contact Megan Taylor three days prior to the event via email@example.com or 0151 473 2951.