Kent and Medway Listens is a chance for anyone in Kent to discuss what is putting pressure on their mental wellbeing and share their ideas about what can be done to support the wellbeing of residents.
Visit the Lets Talk website for more information
There are a number of ways you can get involved in sharing your views to help develop mental health and wellbeing services in Kent and Medway.
Links to information about current patient engagement and public consultations on mental health services can be found on the Get involved and Local Mental Health Networks.
To find out more about patient and public involvement in adult mental health services at the Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust's Ways to Get Involved page on its website.
For engagement opportunities for children and young people, visit the NELFT Get Involved page or KCC's Kent Youth Council or the Medway Youth Council, depending on where you live.
Each NHS organisation has its own process for comments, compliments and complaints about the services it provides or commissions.
Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust (KMPT)
The Kent and Medway Mental Health Network is on hand to listen to you and support you.
Tell the network about your experience of using mental health services in Kent or Medway, and they will use your story to help improve mental health services for everyone.
The network has people living near to you that are on hand to listen, and wherever possible help you to resolve any issues.
These mental wellbeing information pages have been created to help people living in Kent and Medway find their way to the services and support they are looking for.
If you find any information that is wrong, out-of-date or missing please let us know.
Email the ICB communications team
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