Have your say on the new 10-year mental health plan

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The government is committed to improving mental health and wellbeing outcomes across the country. This is a key part of the government’s commitment to ‘level up’ and address unequal outcomes and life chances across the country. To help address this the government is developing a new 10-year plan for mental health and wellbeing and is calling for evidence.


Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partnership is asking local people and partner organisations to share their views for the call for evidence, so that we can use your views to submit a place-based response. Your responses will be collated and analysed to establish key themes; these will then be contributing to our place-based response.


The report will be shared with the Health and Care Partnership Board for Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and Neurodiversity for sign off prior to it being submitted to the Department for Health and Social Care. Our place-based response will be added to the Healthy Minds website (www.healthyminds.services). We will also prepare a local response to feedback we receive to show how your views will help us plan and deliver services across our partnership.


The survey for a local response closes on 3 June 2022.

The government is committed to improving mental health and wellbeing outcomes across the country. This is a key part of the government’s commitment to ‘level up’ and address unequal outcomes and life chances across the country. To help address this the government is developing a new 10-year plan for mental health and wellbeing and is calling for evidence.


Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partnership is asking local people and partner organisations to share their views for the call for evidence, so that we can use your views to submit a place-based response. Your responses will be collated and analysed to establish key themes; these will then be contributing to our place-based response.


The report will be shared with the Health and Care Partnership Board for Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and Neurodiversity for sign off prior to it being submitted to the Department for Health and Social Care. Our place-based response will be added to the Healthy Minds website (www.healthyminds.services). We will also prepare a local response to feedback we receive to show how your views will help us plan and deliver services across our partnership.


The survey for a local response closes on 3 June 2022.

  • Have your say on the new 10-year mental health plan (short version of the full survey)


    Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partnership has created a short version of the full survey, your views to this survey will be submitted to a place-based response (Bradford District and Craven). 


    This version of the survey will remain open after the 3 June deadline for the full survey, and we’re encouraging local people and partner organisations to continue feeding back to us as your views will help us plan and deliver services across our partnership.

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Page last updated: 19 May 2022, 03:59 PM