Find below a number of consultations and surveys for you to share your views and experiences of services, strategies, plans, priorities and other documentations, all related to mental health.
This page lists the current open consultations being run by Bristol City Council.
Bristol Mental Health’s Complex Psychological Interventions Service (CPI) reference group have launched a service user questionnaire – you may have already seen a paper version in local community locations.
The group is looking to hear from users of the Assessment and recovery; Crisis; Early Intervention in Psychosis; and Complex Psychological services. The questionnaire can be found here, and is focused on the way in which the services provide support.
Deadline: Sunday 30th September
Healthwatch Bristol’s Emotional Health and Wellbeing Questionnaire remains open. This survey deals with how support is provided, on a general basis.
NHS England: Proposed changes to the service specification for Tier 4 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
NHS England have launched a consultation seeking feedback on proposed changes to the provision of CAMHS Tier 4 children’s services, welcoming views from interested members of the public, patients and carers alike. Support can be found via the accompanying consultation guide.
Deadline: Tuesday 14th August 2018
BIMHN: Mental health support in emergency departments
BIMHN’s work on how mental health issues are dealt with in emergency departments is ongoing. Thoughts on this are welcomed here from those who have recently (within the last 12 months) attended an emergency department in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset. Please see our dedicated work page for more details.