About Inclusion Matters Liverpool

Inclusion Matters Liverpool is a partnership between Inclusion, a part of South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and Mental Health Matters.

Our service has been commissioned by Liverpool CCG (the organisation responsible for planning NHS care for the City of Liverpool). 

We provide approved talking therapies for common mental health problems including depression and anxiety for people in Liverpool aged 16 and over. We operate from most GP practices and other community locations across the city.

Our service is a free NHS service and referral to our service is via your GP.

Our website aims to provide information on the talking therapies we provide, how to access our service and what to expect from us.

Below you can find links to the parent organisations, within which Inclusion Matters Liverpool works to provide a dedicated and specific primary care talking therapies service across the City.

 

About South Staffordshire & Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Our Trust provides mental health, learning disability and specialist children’s services across South Staffordshire and mental health and learning disability services in Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and Powys. We also provide some services on a wider regional, or national basis, and Inclusion Matters Liverpool is an example of this.

We aim to be positively different through positive practice and positive partnerships. What matters most to us are people; the people we work to provide effective services for, the people who work for us and the people we work in partnership with.

For more information please visit the trust website

South Staffordshire & Shropshire NHS Foundation Trust

 

About Mental Health Matters

Mental Health Matters is one of the UK's most innovative organisations working with people with mental health needs.

With our dedicated and experienced staff team, we work with partner organisations to deliver a comprehensive range of services centred on individual service user needs. The services we provide cover every aspect of service users' lives, from employment and housing to community support and psychological services. Mental Health Matters' ultimate aim is to strengthen the voice, rights and independence of service users, carers and family and friends.

For more information please Mental Health Matters' website

Mental Health Matters

 

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