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- New mental health text service launched following success of Cheshire and Merseyside’s 24/7 mental health crisis linesSince the start of the pandemic, Trusts across Cheshire and Merseyside were at the forefront in recognising that restrictions would have an adverse effect on people’s mental health. As part of the NHS Long Term Plan to improve access to mental health support, Trusts set-up 24/7 mental health crisis lines. These lines are there to ensure that people get the right level of support, at the right time, for their specific needs.
- Update from Wirral Mind on the Cheshire and Merseyside Lived Experience NetworkI am excited to share with you an update of the Cheshire and Merseyside Lived Experience Network (LEN) for Self-Harm and Suicide Prevention. The LEN was launched on Monday 15th February and to date we have had a fantastic response across the region. Since launch, we have recruited 33 members with lived experience, all of […]
- Tackling Men’s Mental Health in SeftonAs part of funding awarded to Cheshire and Merseyside to prevent suicide, each local authority area was given money to address men’s mental health and tackle the associated stigma. Here, Veterans in Sefton, one of the organisations to receive funding talks about the programmes they have implemented and the benefits they have seen as a […]