Consultations and surveys

We want to involve our patients and the wider population in the decisions that we need to make about commissioning (buying) the right services for people living in Birmingham.

On this page you will find information about our consultations and surveys, or alternatively you may choose to register as a member of our People's Health Panel and receive a monthly newsletter which includes the latest news on consultations and our work.

Mental health recovery and employment services, provided by the third sector consultation

Social media2Your views are needed on proposals for improvements in mental health day services.

From 1 March 2017 until 26 May 2017, we would like your views on a number of proposed changes to some of the mental health services we buy from third sector organisations.

Third sector organisations are ‘not for profit’ and/or non-governmental. Sometimes these are charities or private organisations.

The proposals include creating ‘recovery centres’ for people with serious mental illnesses, offering individuals support with their employment, education and training options, and accessing personal health budgets.

A single provider of services is also being proposed, which could be one organisation or a number of organisations working as a partnership. The aim of which is to ensure that individuals from across Birmingham receive the same high-quality mental health day services, regardless of where they live in the city.

Social media1The full background information can be found in the consultation document  here .

The consultation questionnaire can be completed online here.

If you would like to attend one of the public meetings please see below:

2pm to 4.30pm Friday 17 March 2017 - BVSC 138 Digbeth Birmingham B5 6DR. Book tickets here.  

2pm to 4.30pm Thursday 4 May 2017 - MAC Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham B12 9QH. Book tickets here

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