Healthwatch Rochdale want to hear your thoughts and experiences of mental health services in the Rochdale borough.

Healthwatch Rochdale have launched two surveys to gather local people’s experiences and views of mental health services in the Rochdale borough.
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Mental Health services was chosen as one of the key priority areas of work for 2021/22 following our public consultation. Two surveys have been developed, one looking at Adult’s Mental Health services and one looking at Children and Young People’s Mental Health services. This will help Healthwatch Rochdale understand the experience of using services for all ages.

The surveys will run until Thurs 19th August and findings will be shared with the Mental Health Partnership Board and local commissioners so that improvements can be made based on your experiences.

We are asking all local people who have recently used a mental health service or have tried to access them to share their views and experiences with us to provide us with the information we need to help make improvements.

There has been emerging evidence about the impact that Covid 19 and lockdown has had on people’s mental health. With local mental health services undergoing transformation we want to hear people’s experiences to understand how services are working for them and could be improved. We will be sharing information with the Mental Health Partnership board and HMR CCG to ensure patient lived experience is used to shape local mental health services
— Ben Greenwood, Healthwatch Rochdale Interim Chair

You can share your views on Adult’s Mental Health services here Adult's Mental Health Survey

You can share your views on Children’s and Young People’s Mental Health Services here

Children and Young People's Mental Health Survey

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