Help us to be there to support mental wellbeing
The Mental Health Parliament (MHP) is an Independent Collective Advocacy movement designed and implemented by people with lived experience of mental health issues.
Its aim is to provide a forum for people to discuss, report or raise issues about the services they have accessed in a confidential and safe environment. The MPH will either support people to raise those issues with the providers, or will do this on behalf of the individual. This can be anything from concerns about local NHS mental health services to the way someone is treated in their local shop.
We want to improve the experiences of people with mental health issues and reduce discrimination and stigma. We also want work with local services so people with mental health issues are treated equally and fairly, and get the best possible service.
For details about the service, please contact Simon Montague Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 020 8255 3939.
Quotes from users of our service.
“I feel much better after talking to you”
“Thank you for being so helpful and kind today”