Have you received support from the Living Well service for mental health in Salford?

Our Engagement Officer Holly is looking to hear from people who have received support from the Living Well service for mental health in Salford.
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The Living Well programme is a pilot approach designed to offer support to people who often don’t meet the criteria for secondary care mental health services but need more support than primary care can offer. It brings together support from peer workers, voluntary sector partners and the mental health trust. The support focuses on people’s skills, aspirations and experiences to build a different way of supporting people’s mental health needs. The service is currently running in Broughton and Ordsall.

We want to hear your experiences:

We want to hear your experiences of the living well service. We also want to hear from people who may have tried the Living Well service and decided that it wasn’t for them. It may be that you were referred and were unable to access the support. Your experiences can help us to ensure that we improve our offer to all communities in Salford.

We're looking to hear from:

  • Those who have had barriers in accessing mental health services in Salford (i.e. those from a minority ethnicity/deaf community/Jewish community, homeless) and understand the barriers so that the Living Well programme can overcome this.
  • Or those who have accessed the service and have disengaged from it.

Get in touch

Our Engagement Officer Holly is keen to hear your experience of mental health services in Salford. You can get in touch with her via the following:


0330 355 0300

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