The Hear Us Annual Report
The 2015/16 Annual Report for Hear Us; Croydon's Mental Health Service User Group
October Open Forum...
Service User Involvement Linkworking Recovery College & Freedom Passes
Depression Anxiety Study
Caring for People with Psychosis and Schizophrenia
Explore the key issues related to caring for a relative with psychosis or schizophrenia, with this short, free online course.
For Carers & Former Carers from “Hard to reach Communities” Black & Minority Ethnic, Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Transgender people, Refugee & Asylum seekers.
SlaM's Recovery Collage
Timetable: Autumn term 2016
Ours To Own: Making Human Rights Work For You
One-day workshop with a half-day follow up – attendance at both required
Support Hear Us
Text: HUUG15 £10 to 70070
Our new studio is now ready to accept new members, deliver arts activities and improve the well-being of people across South London
Exceptional & Extraordinary
Since humans first appeared on Earth no two have ever been the same. Yet somewhere along the way, certain bodies and minds came to be highly valued whilst others became viewed as problematic; as deviant and unruly, deficient and requiring adjustment towards a perceived idealised norm.
Centre 70 provide free, confidential, independent, impartial advice by way of appointments and outreach and offer a counselling service. They offer advice on Welfare benefits, Housing, Debt and more.....
In Our Shoes - Spring 2016 Edition
The Hear Us Newsletter - In Our Shoes Spring 2016
Recruiting Siblings And Parents of Patients with Psychosis
Information on the study
You are being asked to take part in a study being conducted at the Institute of Psychiatry by Dr Sukhi Shergill and Dr Anne-Kathrin Fett. Before you decide you need to understand why this research is being done and what it would involve for you if you decide to take part in it. Please, take your time to read the following information carefully.
Spring Newsletter 2016
Activity to Work Group
Active Minds and Mind Employment Support Service are pleased to announce we are running another session of our new service run jointly by Active Minds and Mind Employment Support called ‘Activity to Work’
Passionate about Croydon’s health and social care services and community issues? Come to the Healthwatch Croydon Advisory Forum ‘The eyes and ears of Croydon’! The theme is Mental Health.
Hear Us Merchandise
Hear Us T-Shirt Shop: Support Hear Us by wearing our our T-shirts.
Become a Hear Us Member
Become a Hear Us Member and we’ll keep you up-to-date with all of the latest mental health news. We’ll let you know about Hear Us events and groups in your area. And we’ll support you to get your voice heard and Membership is free.
SLaM's Equality Reports 2015
The South London and Maudsley NHS trust have published its annual equality information for 2015
The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 1 Contents
Hear Us Services
Getting your Voice Heard
The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 2
Social Groups, Activities and Leisure
Support Groups, Befriending and Buddy services
Direct Payments and Individual Budgets
The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 3
South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Inpatient & community
Talking Therapy organisations and
Books on Prescription
The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 4
Education and Training
Volunteering & Employment Services
Financial Help to Return to Work
The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 5
Homelessness and Housing
Council Tax and Housing
Benefit & Cold Weather
Grants, Funds and Loans
Money Worries and Debt
PIP and Universal Credit
The Hear Us Guide: Chapter 6
Croydon's support services for carers
Information about services to help vulnerable adults and victims of abuse
and services for older adults
Donate and Support Hear Us
Donations to Hear Us help us continue to represent and act as the voice of people that use the local mental health services in Croydon to service providers and commissioners; actively campaigning with service users on issues raised by users themselves. To advance education about mental health for the public benefit in Croydon and surrounding areas with the object of creating awareness and reducing the stigma attached to mental health