Future of mental health services to be discussed in series of meetings in Uttlesford
NORTH Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust governors in Uttlesford are to hold a series of meetings about mental health and children so people can discuss the future services. The meetings will run for two hours and are open to everyone. Pat Hamilton, o
NORTH Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust governors in Uttlesford are to hold a series of meetings about mental health and children so people can discuss the future services.
The meetings will run for two hours and are open to everyone.
Pat Hamilton, one of two Uttlesford governors elected to liaise between the Trust and the public, said: "We have two other events planned in the area and would like to see as many people as possible coming along."
Governor Pippa Ecclestone said: "We would like to raise awareness of the mental health services that are available in Uttlesford. We need you to help us inform the Trust of the local community view so the Trust can offer the best possible service."
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The meetings kick-off at the Skylark Centre in Saffron Walden Community Hospital on Radwinter Road on Saturday January 16, at 1pm. That will be followed by events held at Foakes Memorial Hall, Stortford Road, Great Dunmow on Monday January 18 at 7pm and at Stansted Friends' Meeting House, Chapel Hill, Stansted, on Tuesday January 19, at 3pm.
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