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We will soon be carrying out a survey to find out what service users think about their care. This is part of a national programme to improve quality of care and service users’ experience.
The South London Mental Health and Community Partnership, together with our partners including local authorities and community organisations, have launched a major listening campaign to support and protect people's mental health following Covid-19.
We continue to see patients at all our sites, as well as in their homes, and have a number of measures in place to ensure our sites are Covid secure, including the wearing of face masks and coverings, deep cleaning, one-way signage and cleaning stations.
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The staff and patients of Phoenix ward have had their days brightened by a recent project which saw a team of artists install some of their latest works in the ward.
Each artist was allocated a space or room and worked closely with the unit’s residents, clinicians, consultants and occupational therapists to develop their installation. The effect was that each room was decorated in its own unique style. Before the project each room looked largely the same, now each is different.
Although the Phoenix Unit is not open to the public the response of the staff and patients has been very positive. According to one resident: "I think the new design is changing the way we all live our lives on the ward. The art has given us all a new way to start conversations with each other and things already seem so much better."
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Mental health problems can be life changing, but we know that with the right support amazing things can, and do, happen.
Anyone can experience a mental health problem. They effect one in four of us every year. With the right help and support it is possible to reduce the impact of mental health challenges and improve the lives of people facing these challenges.
Our charity supports people with mental health problems and helps them to stay active and to be more actively involved in their communities.
Our Trust provides a wide range of excellent local and national services. However it’s a really pressurised time for NHS mental health services right now.
This affects both our patients and staff. We work closely with our staff and patients and there are already examples of initiatives that add value above and beyond what we do and go the extra mile in improving people’s lives.
We do everything we can to make things better for people who come to us for help. From providing funding for special projects or patient and family support to pioneering research and the transformation of our local mental health hospitals into more comfortable and welcoming environments. Your support can make these things happen.
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Here are some websites that will help you if you are being treated for mental health problems.
The headspace toolkit will
You can use it on your own or you can use it with help from an adult that you feel comfortable with.
Headmeds will tell you about your medication, and more about the condition you are being treated for. You can read accounts from people who have gone through, or are going through this process.