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Your mental health care experience in Camden: survey

We want to improve people’s experiences of using mental health services in Camden, particularly when people move between services, stop or start services. For this reason, we want to hear your stories about how this has worked or not, and your thoughts on what could make a difference.

Your feedback will help us to create anonymised case studies. These will help people planning services to think about how they can make sure services are working together well, that resources are used effectively and people do not miss out or fall through the gaps.

We are not able to take up individual cases or deal with complaints, but we can make sure that the points you made are heard by those who make decisions about services in the future.

Camden mental health services - user experience survey

  • About your experience

  • If you have used mental health services or other kinds of support in Camden in the last year we would like to hear from you – please fill out this online survey.
  • Information about you

  • The following questions are voluntary. They help us check we are reaching the diverse community in Camden; it’s up to you if you want to complete this section.
  • ... and finally

  • If you would like to hear about further developments in this area or future opportunities to be involved please email katja@advocacyproject.org.uk
  • Thank you for your time, your contribution is valued
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