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Community Mental Health Survey 2024

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This trust will soon be carrying out a survey to understand what you think about your care. This is a national survey and last year we heard the views of nearly 15,000 people. The results are crucial to improving the quality of care and people’s mental health care experiences.  

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“I have finally got a life” - new community mental health service to roll out following successful pilot

Wigan Borough Living Well, a new community mental health service which sees Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH) join forces with Wigan Primary Care, Wigan and Leigh Community Charity, and Wigan Council, is set to roll out across the Wigan Borough following a successful pilot in Hindley.

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GMMH selected to present at national conference in March 2024

A blue background with white text that says: Pathways from Homelessness 2024, Wednesday 13 - Thursday 14 March 2024

The Pathways from Homelessness Symposium will bring together the best practice, policy, clinical and intervention work with homeless people, not just from the UK but Internationally. 

Four of our services will be presenting at the conference, showcasing the service delivery and partnership approaches to meeting the needs of homeless people across Greater Manchester.

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Mental Health Nurses’ Day 2024

Wednesday 21 February 2024 marks the sixth annual Mental Health Nurses’ Day.

Founded by mental health nurses from across the UK, the purpose of the day is to celebrate the work of mental health nurses, and to promote working in mental health as a fantastic career choice for people of all ages and backgrounds.

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