Mental Health Research – ECC

Posted on: September 17, 2021

Essex County Council would like to talk to

  • Young people aged between 12-16 who has a mental health condition
  • Anyone over the aged 16 who has a mental health condition.
  • Women with children under 3
  • People who care or support someone with a mental health condition

 

About this Research

This is an exciting opportunity for you to take part in research which aims to better understand the experiences of people with mental health conditions and what good support could looks like for you.  What you tell us will be used to help inform our all-age approach to mental health support and mental health strategy.

 

How can you get involved?

Every voice is important to us – please complete our survey and share your views.  This also includes a chance to join our ground-breaking online research about mental health support. We are unable to talk to everyone who wants to take part, but if you do become part of our online research project then a voucher will be offered as a thank you for your time. We are particularly interested in talking to people with mental health conditions and their support or families.

Please complete our survey – It closes on Friday 1st October 2021 …Don’t delay!

Click here to complete survey

 

Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions about the research or want help completing the survey.

Author: Jade Bolton
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