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Adult Mental Health Crisis Care

Along with our partners across Bedfordshire, BCCG are looking at how we can improve the mental health crisis care response for adult residents living in Bedfordshire.

Crisis care in this review is: any response and provision to supporting individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis.

We would like your views on how we best support you/patients who are:

  • Older people with mental health needs
  • Working age adults with mental health needs
  • Individuals with learning disabilities and mental health needs
  • Individuals with autism and mental health needs
  • Individuals with drug and alcohol issues with mental health needs

We are gathering feedback via various channels, including public events, attending meetings with existing groups, and conducting a questionnaire.

 

Crisis Care Questionnaire

The Crisis Care questionnaire can be found here.  We have asked five open ended questions to allow you to share your views. This follows with service developments we are considering to support crisis care for the future. We would like to see if you are supportive of these options or not. You can find some addititional background information here.

When sharing your views, we would also like you to consider individuals who may have: housing needs, be leaving or entering the criminal justice system and language and cultural needs.

Patient, professional and public feedback is important to this review and we thank you for your time in completing this survey.

The questionnaire closes on Friday 25 August 2017. 

Please click here to download a poster promoting the survey.

 

Public Events

We held two public events in July 2017, we would like to thank everyone who attended the meetings and shared their ideas. The presentation slides for the meeting are available to view here.

 

Feedback on what we have heard

We will produce a report at the end capturing the feedback from the engagement process, setting out what we will do to incorporate feedback into and improve our services.  The report will be published to our website and sent to all those who contributed to ask for further feedback, this should be available at the end of September 2017.


 

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