Every-One are building a small group of volunteers with lived-experience of mental health services. We are looking for positive and proactive people to help co-produce services and to be Community Reporters. Additionally supporting the evaluation and co-production of mental health pilot projects in Lincolnshire.
What is co-production you might ask?
Co-production is a fancy word that is used a lot around health, social care and the voluntary sector. We like to keep things simple, so co-production to us is about:
People working together to make things better for others.
As a member of a co-production group, you will be bringing your own lived-experience story and your own perspective to help design, develop and deliver services that meet the needs of people.
A mental health co-production group member may also support with the evaluation and feedback of the pilot projects and share their impact.
What is the Mental Health Transformation Programme?
The Mental Health Transformation Programme is working across 4 pilot sites in Lincolnshire. The aims are to: transform mental health services, improve mental health services and join local services together.
We are looking for people who have experienced using mental health services in Lincolnshire or cared for someone who has. Ideal members will also have a positive attitude and availability to join video calls or small group sessions in person when we can.
We have included a more detailed description in the documents below. If this sounds like something you would like to be involved with, please complete the expression of interest and return to us via email or post (details in document). Deadline: 5pm on Friday the 11th of December.
“As facilitator to the group, I very much look forward to working with you and thank you in advance for your interest and your time. Every-One’s mission is ‘Making Wellbeing Personal’ and I know that your input will help to ensure Mental Health services put people first and make their wellbeing personal.” – Vicky Thomson CEO