These small (8-10 people) free facilitated sessions are confidential and simple, and attendees will be asked to share answers to two questions:
- What is putting pressure on the wellbeing of you and the people you care about?
- What has or could have made this experience better for you / those you care about?
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All sessions are free but you must book below in order to secure your place. Spaces will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis.
Your feedback will go on to shape the action plans for the ‘South London Preventing Mental ill-Health Taskforce’ and the Covid-19 prevention plans in South London.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About the South London Listens Campaign
'South London Listens' launched last month, offering everyone the chance to help shape a new action plan to promote and protect mental health in their community.
This campaign is led by charity Citizens UK in partnership with NHS Trusts, Commissioners, Local Authorities, Healthwatch and other community partners.
It is the first step of a long term mental health prevention programme that will give people across south London a voice in highlighting the issues that matter to them in response to Covid-19.
It follows a digital summit hosted by the South London Mental Health and Community Partnership in November 2020 to discuss the mental health impacts of Covid-19. More information can be found here.
As members of the South London Community, we understand that many people have been under high amounts of stress and pressure during the pandemic and we would like to hear your feedback.
Healthwatch Kingston in partnership with South West London & St George's Mental Health NHS Trust will be hosting seven sessions during February where you can contribute.