The 12-week call for evidence will seek views on what can be improved within the current service and build our understanding of the causes of mental ill-health.
- Department of Health and Social Care
- 12 April 2022
- A call for evidence opens today to inform a new 10-year mental health plan to level up mental health across the country and put mental and physical health on an equal footing
- The public, those with lived experience of mental ill-health, and health and care professionals will have 12 weeks until 5 July to share views on how support and services should adapt for the future
- Plan will build on current progress, assessing how local services can work together to prevent mental ill health
The general public, people of all ages with lived experience of mental health conditions and those who support people with mental ill-health are urged to respond to a 12-week call for evidence to inform a new 10-year mental health plan and a refreshed national suicide prevention plan seeking views on what can be improved within the current service, particularly in light of the pandemic which has led to record levels of people seeking treatment.
An online survey is available from the link above.