Last updated 7 August 2018
Don’t miss out on having your say on mental health services
Stockport Council is reminding residents to have their say on Mental health services it commissions by the 10th August .
The Council currently provides a number of services – some through independent providers – to those who have experienced mental ill health and their carers.
We want to understand what works well and what we could do better, so that when we ask organisations to deliver this service in the future we can be sure that we are providing the best service to support your needs.
If you have used any of the following services, or didn’t use them, and wish to provide feedback we would like to hear from you:
• Carers service – Stockport and District MIND
• Stockport Progress and Recovery Centre (SPARC)
• Personalisation and Prevention Service (PPS)
• Stockport and District MIND
Councillor Wendy Wild, Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care at Stockport Council, said:
“We want to provide the best service to those who have experienced mental ill health and their carers, so please take a few minutes to have your say by 10th August and help us shape future service delivery.”
To give your views visit www.stockport.gov.uk/haveyoursay