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Mental Health User Involvement: Camden

Our aim

To help the voices of Camden’s users of mental health services to be heard by facilitating their involvement in the design, procurement, monitoring and review of services.


What we do

We work with Camden’s service users and mental health commissioners to deliver a strong, local, independent and constructive user involvement service in the borough. Working in partnership with existing networks and user groups we strengthen the capacity for co-production and involvement across mental health services and in the community.


Our ethos

The ethos of our user involvement work is to bring those who have used health and care services into projects and forums to help improve the services we all need. People who use services are experts on how they should be developed and delivered. We welcome the opportunity to work with a diversity of groups and networks to help expand involvement and broaden the reach.


How we work

We are continuing to support and build on the great work of the existing user infrastructure – CBUG and Patients Council.

CBUG forum meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at St Pancras Hospital. The meetings are open to anybody with experience of mental health services in Camden.

We are working with the diverse community and services in Camden to enable more people to get involved in influencing development in the borough.

We will be updating this page regularly to bring you more opportunities and events so watch this space.


How you can get involved

If you would like to know more, either as a service or commissioner that wants to work with us, or an individual who wants to get involved, there are three ways you can get in touch. We would love to hear from you.

  1. Email us at
  2. Phone 020 8969 3000 or 07903 312 257
  3. Fill in the form below

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