Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust (the Trust) wishes to engage with patients/service users, carers and the wider community to help ensure that the services provided continue to meet the needs of people living in Manchester, in the most effective way possible.
On this page you can find information about the current proposed service changes and how you can have your say.
Mental Health Services – Plans to Stop some Services
The Trust is leading a public consultation regarding its plans to stop some of its services. This consultation is supported by the North, Central and South Clinical Commissioning Groups and will run from 8 December 2015 until 21 February 2016. The services that the Trust is planning to stop include:
- The Chronic Fatigue Programme
- Creative Wellbeing – Start and Studio 1
- Green Wellbeing
- Individual Placement and Support (Employment services working within Community Mental Health Teams)
- Psychosexual Service
- Specialist Affective Disorder Service.
You can access the consultation document here. More information about these services and why these services have been identified can be found within the document.
Your views are important. There are lots of different ways to tell us what you think as shown below. Please decide which way suits you best and let us have your views by 21 February 2016.
- E-mail your comments to: email@example.com
- By post: Freepost MMHSCT – you do not need a stamp
- Complete the form online: Consultation Response Form
- Come to one of our drop-in sessions (as listed on page 3 of the consultation document)
- Or a Trust representative can come along to one of your local meetings. Contact us by on 0161 882 1074 and leave a message or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional background information on the plans can be found on: