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Bringing Plymouth’s Mental Health Community Together

What We Do

Plymouth Mental Health Network is an unincorporated community association, helping people suffering from mental illness in and around Plymouth. We do this by providing mental health support providers with a local  network to discuss, share ideas and information, work in partnership, uncover and fill gaps in service provision and influence policy and meaningful change. This ensures that everyone in Plymouth has equal opportunity to achieve positive mental health and well-being.

How We Do It

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Campaigning for better mental health
Sharing Information
Promoting Joined Up Working
Publishing News & Reports
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The Impact of the Network

The Plymouth Mental Health Network provides physical and virtual meeting places where members of the network come together as a community, to help the community.

Share Best Practice

We enable and promote positive discussions leading to organisational change and development

Bespoke Projects

We help and facilitate member organisations to set up forums and meetings for bespoke projects to ensure that collaboration and best practice is shared wherever possible.

Work In Partnership

The network works together to share resources, ideas and create new programmes

Sharing Resources

Partnership working is is key to the success of the sector and the network helps to facilitate meetings and creates opportunities for joined up working with appropriate partners.

Network Meetings

We hold regular mental health network meetings to discuss local mental health issues

6 annual meetings

Our meetings are attended by health professionals, the voluntary sector, commissioning and interested individuals who have a common goal of developing service provision.

Community Focus

The well-being of Plymouth's thriving community is at the forefront of our work

Fill Gaps

The community of mental ill health sufferers in Plymouth is wide ranging and the network works hard to fill gaps in service provision enabling the whole community to receive support.

Testimonials

“The networking events are a really useful way to keep up to date with local developments in mental health and to make new and valuable contacts. This has already led to some valuable training and CPD opportunities for Marjon staff. In addition, the willingness of the network to add a new forum for post-16 students offers real hope of ‘plugging the gaps’ in provision for this vulnerable group by way of sharing ideas and instigating joint working initiatives. As a result of joining the network I am much more optimistic that local services can work together to provide improved mental health services for students.”
“We value greatly our relationship with the Mental Health Network as partners in developing local mental health services. The establishment of the Network has enabled long standing relationships to form, which has provided an opportunity to share our thinking and work together on areas of shared and mutual interest.”
“I feel privileged to be part of Plymouth’s Mental Health Network, as it enables me to feel connected, valued, and it has opened the doors to so many collaborations, Big Respect to All !”
“Plymouth & District Mind have been involved with the network since its inception! Many of our longstanding relationships with other organisations in the city, voluntary and otherwise, have arisen from our links with the network.  It is an invaluable place to share best practice and to develop new collaborative approaches to mental health support for our city.”
Olivia Craig, CEO, Mind
“The networking events are a really useful way to keep up to date with local developments in mental health and to make new and valuable contacts. This has already led to some valuable training and CPD opportunities for Marjon staff. In addition, the willingness of the network to add a new forum for post-16 students offers real hope of ‘plugging the gaps’ in provision for this vulnerable group by way of sharing ideas and instigating joint working initiatives. As a result of joining the network I am much more optimistic that local services can work together to provide improved mental health services for students.”
“We value greatly our relationship with the Mental Health Network as partners in developing local mental health services. The establishment of the Network has enabled long standing relationships to form, which has provided an opportunity to share our thinking and work together on areas of shared and mutual interest.”
“I feel privileged to be part of Plymouth’s Mental Health Network, as it enables me to feel connected, valued, and it has opened the doors to so many collaborations, Big Respect to All !”
“Plymouth & District Mind have been involved with the network since its inception! Many of our longstanding relationships with other organisations in the city, voluntary and otherwise, have arisen from our links with the network.  It is an invaluable place to share best practice and to develop new collaborative approaches to mental health support for our city.”
Olivia Craig, CEO, Mind
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