A couple of weeks ago, we announced that MHPF would be relaunching in May under the new name Association of Mental Health Providers. We are now pleased to confirm that this will happen on Monday 8 May 2017 during Mental Health Awareness Week.
Members have shown concern about changes to welfare benefits and the impact this is having on people with mental health problems. A flurry of recent lobbying by Mind, the Disability Benefits Consortium and disabled people’s organisations has raised the profile of the impact of the roll out of Universal Credit, and the Government announcement of changes to the eligibility for Personal Independence Payments.
MHPF’s associate member Mental Health Foundation is collecting intersectional case studies on good practice with young women aged 16-25 years across a range of settings, as part of a project to explore mental health issues in young women. We would be very grateful if MHPF members could fill in the form below calling for case studies to enable Mental Health Foundation to showcase your work.
MHPF are delighted to announce that in May we will be relaunching our organisation under the new name of Association of Mental Health Providers. Following detailed discussions with members around your needs, and after months of hard work and dedication [and with some final touches still to add!], the relaunch of our organisation next month will include a new and refreshed logo and website with a focus on our members.
The Mental Health Providers Forum is a not-for-profit organisation registered in England as Voluntary Sector Mental Health Providers Forum and is a company limited by guarantee no. 5536120. Registered Charity no. 1120222. Registered office: 1st Floor, Kinnard House, 1 Pall Mall East, London, SW1Y 5BP.