Plymouth organisations dedicated to improving mental health services say positive partnerships are needed
INDIVIDUALS and organisations dedicated to improving mental health services across Plymouth will unite this week to promote positive partnerships.
Plymouth Mental Health Network is hosting its fifth annual conference today where it will look at promoting positive partnership working between service users, carers, private, public and third sector organisations in the city.
Sharon Claridge, chair of Plymouth Mental Health Network, said: "In this current economic climate, access to funding streams is becoming more difficult. The challenges to meet service user expectations are more vigorous, and as a consequence, innovative practices are needed. Partnership working is crucial.
"The forthcoming conference will be an opportunity for delegates to share their experiences and knowledge to create partnership working practices that are not only responsive to need, but also ensure a quality of life for people with mental health issues, their carers and families."
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Keynote speakers for the day include Steve Woollett, chief executive of South West Forum, Nick Pennell, director of Plymouth and District Mind, and Mark Bignell of Hamoaze House.
The conference takes place at the Holiday Inn, Armada Way, between 9.30am and 4.30pm.