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Consultation launched over mental health strategy

Patricia Hewitt, former health minister, and head of Norfolk and Waveney's healthcare overhaul. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Patricia Hewitt, former health minister, and head of Norfolk and Waveney's healthcare overhaul. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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Health and care partners across Norfolk and Waveney are inviting residents to take part in a major review of local adult mental health services.

The review will inform the development of a 10-year mental health strategy, in a bid to make sure services are delivered in ways that meet future needs.

Patricia Hewitt, independent chairman of the Norfolk and Waveney sustainability and transformation partnership (STP) said: “We started a conversation with local people in May and, building from that, are now expanding this important work to ensure residents have every chance to tell us what they think are working and, importantly, what needs to change.”

Anyone feedback their 
views through the following online survey at www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/NWMentalHealthReview/
There will also be a number of public event, the dates for which will be confirmed.


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