Tayside-wide survey results have arrived!

The results are in of a survey conducted by Mental Health charities Plus Perth, and Angus Voice also Dundee Healthy Minds with support from the Stakeholders Participation Group (SPG)

Earlier this year some of you in Angus Voice and the wider community took part in a survey to compare what had been happening in Mental Health services in Tayside in 2021 with results from a similar survey conducted by Plus Perth in 2017. This would aid, we felt, the follow up report by David Strang published earlier this year (2021) in response to his ‘Trust and Respect’ one of (2020) resulting from the Independent Inquiry into Mental Health Services in Tayside.

The survey results can be discovered below and in an A5 version of the ‘Key Findings leaflet which we hope to distribute very soon in the Angus community (Covid permitting).

If you need any further help with the survey results or would like to discuss where we go from here having heard the results please drop us a line:

Text 07932775651
Email sapphire@angusvoice.co.uk
5-7 the Cross, Forfar Angus, DD8 1BX

Thanks again to all of you who shared your experiences. We shall endeavour along with the other charities taking part to bring about change to services which require improvement and learn from those which are doing well.

PLUS Perth, Angus Voice and Dundee Healthy Minds Network hosted the Scottish premiere of Medicating Normal-The Film

Medicating Normal is a new, unreleased documentary that examines the current paradigm of mental health treatment including overdiagnosis, overprescribing and polypharmacy.

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Together, as a collective advocacy, we aim to support & represent what matters to you; the Angus community.

What is Angus Voice?

Angus Voice represents the views and experiences of people in Angus who heave mental health problems.

Angus Voice is for and led by people who have personal experience of accessing mental health services. The aim is to build the capacity and involvement of people who use mental health services. It enables us to contribute to improving the services that affect us. The project does this by building partnerships and challenging stigma and discrimination.

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We have established a regular forum groups in Arbroath, Forfar and Montrose.
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Why is Angus Voice Important?

People with direct experience of mental health problems have a unique perspective and expertise. Collective advocacy is an opportunity to harness this expertise and use it to benefit and influence the ways in which mental health services in Angus are developed and run, to educate professionals and the public, and to empower and influence individual members’ lives.

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