National Mind are leading a major new research project to explore people’s experiences of mental health support provided by the voluntary/charity sector and primary care services (e.g. GPs, pharmacists).
Working closely with expert research partners the Picker Institute, they will be surveying up to 5,000 people who have used mental health services in the last 12 months, or tried to access them.
The questionnaire is for anyone aged 16 years or older, with personal experience of mental health problems.
The survey findings will be shared with researchers, policy makers, the media and organisations that provide mental health services. However, your answers will remain anonymous – no one will know who has said what.
You can access the survey here.