Improving Services – Have Your Say
The Bipolar Disorder Research Network (BDRN) is a group of researchers and research participants in the UK undertaking research aimed at investigating the underlying causes of bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is thought to affect 1 in every 100 adults at some time during their life and men and women appear to be affected equally.
The National Survivor User Network (NSUN) is an independent mental health service user/survivor led organisation. The network was set up by service users to build a more united and confident mental health service user movement.
The Philadelphia Association was founded in 1965 by RD Laing and others to challenge accepted ways of understanding and treating mental and emotional suffering.
Centre for Mental Health aims to help to create a society in which people with mental health problems enjoy equal chances in life to those without. Their mission is to change the lives of people with mental health problems by using research to bring about better services and fairer policies.
Wish is the only national, user-led charity working with women with mental health needs in prison, hospital and the community.
We are working for an end to mental ill health and the inequalities that face people experiencing mental distress, living with learning disabilities or reduced mental capacity. We develop and run research and delivery programmes across the UK providing the evidence and expertise to know what works and how to intervene earlier.
Community Southwark is the umbrella organisation (or Council for Voluntary Service) for the voluntary and community sector in Southwark.
The Estia Centre is a training, research and development resource for people who support adults with learning disabilities and additional mental health needs.
The London Accountancy Project is currently a partner of ASSET (a consortium of four organizations that operates across four Boroughs (Bexley, Greenwhich, Lewisham, and Southwark) to provide financial management support and training to voluntary and faith groups.
Liberty campaigns to protect basic rights and freedoms through the courts, in Parliament and in the wider community. We do this through a combination of public campaigning, test case litigation, parliamentary work, policy analysis and the provision of free advice and information.