Member and Governor Zone
Welcome to the Governor Zone. In this section you will find useful information if you are already a governor or thinking of becoming a governor.
What is a Member?
Being a member of Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust gives people the opportunity to get involved in the decisions we make and help us to plan and develop local services. It also means you can get to learn about opportunities to become more involved in the Trust, as well as voting on Governor elections and even standing for election yourself.
What is a Governor?
Governors have an important role in making the Trust publicly accountable for the services we provide.
They are elected by GMMH members or appointed by one of our partnership organisations and form the Council of Governors. Appointed governors represent stakeholder organisations such as our local councils or charities. Governors are responsible for representing the interests of members to the Trust’s Board of Directors. Members can be service users, their family members, carers, staff and members of the public.
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The Council of Governors meets on a quarterly basis at various sites across the Trust. Meetings are open for members of the public and staff to observe.
Here you can find events taking place at the Trust. If you are interested in attending any of these events or need any more information please contact email@example.com.
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'Get out of your head and in to your life' - Mindfulness Course
The first session of an eight-week cognitive therapy course, based on mindfulness practice. Visit the Learning Hub for more information.
Please get involved in our social media conversations!
We realise the world of social media can be quite daunting so we have put together a handy guide to help you engage safely and effectively in all aspects of social networking. Please click here for some guidance: Social Media Cheat Sheet.
If you have any further queries please contact the Marketing and Communications Team on 0161 358 1644 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.