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JOINT COMMISSIONING PANEL FOR MENTAL HEALTH
The Joint Commissioning Panel for Mental Health (JCP-MH) is a new collaboration co-chaired by the Royal College of General Practitioners and the Royal College of Psychiatrists, which brings together leading organisations and individuals with an interest in commissioning for mental health and learning disabilities. This guide is about the commissioning of specialist community mental health...
This study examines the benefits, commonality and outcomes of three green care approaches, to help raise awareness, understanding and value placed on these services by mental health commissioners, thereby helping to increase the number of projects commissioned. Although the three approaches of social and therapeutic horticulture (STH), care farming and environmental conservation...
This guidance describes the use of non-medical interventions, sometimes called ‘social prescribing’ or ‘community referral’, to improve mental health and wellbeing. Social prescribing supports improved access both to psychological treatments and to interventions addressing the wider determinants of mental health. It can contribute to greater awareness of the relative contribution to mental...
Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council
Stockport’s Prevention and Personalisation Service is a person-centred recovery-focused approach to providing mental health services. By working with people to identify what they want to achieve in their lives, and to support them to overcome non-medical barriers which are hindering their recovery, the service aims to improve people’s wellbeing; reduce use of secondary services and prevent a dependency on medical care, where this is avoidable.
LEESE Daniela, SMITHIES Lynda, GREEN Julie
This article aims to identify service users and nurses perspectives on recovery -focused practice through themes in the literature. Seven studies and two reflective articles were selected for consideration. Three common themes emerged as essential nursing characteristics needed for recovery-focused practice: hope, person-centred care and consideration of service users' perspective. Recommendations on how practice could be improved are suggested from these themes. Key points include involving family members in care, involving service users in decisions, and spending time with service users to aid recovery.
This report looks at evidence about the provision of supported housing for people with mental health problems in England, including those with multiple needs and substance misuse, and presents key themes for its future development. It highlights the significant links between housing and mental wellbeing, indicating that factors such as overcrowding, insufficient daylight and fear of crime all...
Bath and North East Somerset Council
Creativity Works deliver the Mental Health Creative Support Service on behalf of Bath and North East Somerset Council, offering residents, who may be experiencing mental health issues, an opportunity to learn new creative skills, build confidence and make new friends through peer developed and led groups.
Hafal provide a range of support to people with a serious mental illness and their carers and families. Services include advice and advocacy, family support, carers’ breaks, and carers’ groups to enable mutual support. The organisation also actively campaigns to ensure that the voices of service users and their carers are heard, especially in the planning of local services. Each of these support services are shaped by Hafal’s Recovery Programme and its underlying principles of empowerment and self-management.
GREAT BRITAIN. Her Majesty's Government
This report sets out the Government’s response to the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health report by the Mental Health Taskforce. While accepting the taskforce report’s recommendations in full, this document sets out a far-reaching programme of work to improve mental health services and their links to other public services, and builds mental health prevention and response into the work...
STICKLAND Nicolette, GENTRY Tom
Examines the extent to which the current provision of mental health services fails to meet the increasingly high demand from the ageing population. The report shows that currently 3 million people in the UK over the age of 60 are living with depression; this figure is set to rise to 4.3 million in the next 15 years due to the growing number of older people in our society; the NHS is not providing...
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