Have Your Say for the Review of the Mental Health Act

The Mental Health Act 1983 is the law in England and Wales that covers the assessment, treatment and rights of people with a mental health condition.  This includes when a person can be admitted, detained, and treated in hospital without their agreement. The Mental Health Act is currently being reviewed, and the views of service users who have been detained under the Mental Health Act and their carers are being sought as part of this review.

If you are able to, please fill out the relevant survey listed below.

Carers Survey

Service Users Survey

The deadline for filling out these surveys is 28th February, 2018.