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**We are still available during the COVID-19 outbreak but we may take a little longer to get back to you**

Sunderland Mental Health Strategy survey deadline is approaching


The engagement for the NHS Sunderland Adult Mental Health Strategy will continue until Friday 22 January 2021. Thank you to everyone who has supported and shared the survey so far, and Sunderland NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) appreciate your continued support to collect as many responses as possible in the final week.

There are a number of ways in which you can continue to support the survey to ensure we gather the highest quality feedback to help inform a new commissioning strategy for mental health services in Sunderland.

How you can continue to help:

Share on social media

The CCG have an animation on our Facebook page telling people more information about the engagement which you can watch here: https://fb.watch/2pXu9QvdyG/  .  They would be grateful if you would share NHS Sunderland CCG’s post to reach as many people as possible.

Share our online survey links

They have two online surveys that people can complete. They would be grateful if you could share these with your staff and also through your networks. These surveys are completely anonymous and available until 22 January to complete:

  • Service user / carer survey:

Have you used mental health services in the past two years or currently using these services? Are you a carer of someone who has used or is using mental health services? We need you to tell us what you think about mental health services in Sunderland. Help us by completing our online survey: https://bit.ly/3qCPZue

  • Public survey:

If you haven’t used mental health services directly but also have views to share, you can complete our public survey: https://bit.ly/33RuBHM   

Should you wish to publicise information on your organisation’s website, then please contact lisaforster@nhs.net for further information.

Further information

If you have any further questions on the work we are doing, please contact lisaforster@nhs.net 




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