Mental Health Watch

Our Mental Health Watch campaign was launched in October 2015. Its aims are to reduce the stigma around mental health issues, raise awareness as well as campaign for improved services in Norfolk and Suffolk, where the trust is in special measures.

A care home that posts treasured photos on the ceiling for bed-ridden patients to enjoy has been rated outstanding by inspectors.

A disabled woman with mental health conditions was left waiting for the right recliner armchair for more than a year, causing her "significant and avoidable distress" - a watchdog has ruled.

People in the rugby world are being urged to open up about their feelings as part of a project to improve mental health and wellbeing in the sport.

A new facility offering activities ranging from DIY to darts is set to open in Sheringham next month, as part of a £315,000 project aimed at tackling loneliness, isolation and mental health problems.

Staff sickness has cost a Norfolk hospital almost £5m over the last year.

A mental health campaign has raised £100,000 in just four months and is now setting its target on a £1million for grass roots services in Norfolk.

Ambulance staff warned their bosses eight months ago they were being "worked to the bone", leading to mental health problems.

The leadership team at a care home which has twice been rated 'inadequate' have defended their record and declared: "Things are getting better."

Today marks a year since the Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) was rated 'inadequate' for the third time in a row.

A Norfolk care home has once again been rated 'inadequate', six months after it was placed into special measures.

Patients in mental health crisis are still waiting more than four hours to be seen in an emergency - with the longest delays going beyond an entire day.

Ambulance staff are being offered support after three of their colleagues died suddenly in the last two weeks.

The medical director at the region's mental health trust is stepping down from his position.

A Norfolk council has appointed a mental health champion to promote residents' psychological wellbeing.

Youngsters with urgent eating disorders are waiting too long for treatment, with some waiting months for care.

A convicted sex offender, who is wanted in the United States, worked undetected as a nurse in Norfolk for eight years after lying about his conviction.

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