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Ensuring families remain at the heart of quality mental health service delivery

Within this site you will find useful information and resources if you are a person living with mental health issues, a carer, family member, friend, mental health professional or commissioner.

Dr. Gráinne Fadden, Programme Director

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News

  1. Early bird fee deadline: 12th February (Fees will go up after this date) Booking now open www.isps2017uk.org Wednesday, 30th August – Sunday, 3rd September 2017 University of Liverpool,  Liverpool L69 7ZX,  United Kingdom Plenary speakers include: Jim van Os, Jacqui Dillon, Rachel Waddingham, Grainne Fadden, Kwame McKenzie, Alison Brabban, Svein Friis, Jon Vidar Strømstad and Anne Berit […]

  2. Solihull Young Carers provide a range of support to carers of all ages including information and advice, days out, respite breaks, peer support, assessments, support groups, training, carers cards and one to one and group support and support carers through education and employment and particularly with children who continue to care into adulthood. Further information can be […]

  3. The Meriden Family Programme is delighted to have become a member of the Uganda United Kingdom Health Alliance (UUKHA). The alliance is a partnership of Uganda based and UK based organisations with a shared interest in health developments in Uganda. This follows on from our contact with colleagues in Uganda who have attended the UK […]

Recovery for Carers

Recovery for carers, family and friends is as vital, for their own health and wellbeing, as the recovery of the person with mental health issues.

The recovery for carers, family and friends pages offer a wealth of support, advice, information and research evidence.


Why not try the free MyCare App?

MyCare helps carers and family members take good care of themselves. You can download the MyCare app here or view it on the MyCare app website.