Supporting safety and planning for positive risk
MHPF have published four Standards for Safety Planning to ensure mental health service providers implement safer practice and encourage commissioners to plan most effectively in this time of system change
Putting peoples’ needs at the heart of services
Our members deliver services across the full mental health care pathway: housing, independent hospitals, employment and training, forensic care, psychological therapies, advocacy and more
Next month the north east’s third sector will be highlighting the important role it can play in supporting those with mental health needs. Mental Health North East and Mental Health Concern have partnered with the national Mental Health Provider’s Forum to showcase some of the work the third sector does in the region.
Employers agree that getting the right people with the right skills, values and behaviours is fundamental to delivering high quality services. They also agree that once these individuals have been recruited it is essential to retain these workers and invest in their potential.
The Health and Social care voluntary sector strategic partnership has been in operation since 2009 and currently consists of 22 voluntary sector organisations and consortiums with a reach of over 400,000 grassroots organisations… and they’re at the Expo.
The incidence and prevalence of mental ill health in black and minority ethnic communities remains a contentious area, due to factors such as the over-representation in secure settings or under-representation in services such as ‘talking’ or psychological therapies.
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: 12 Old Street, London, EC1V 9BE.