Oxford Mental Health Forum is a web resource aimed primarily at people living in Oxfordshire affected by mental illness and those who have an interest in mental health.
The website provides patients/service users, carers, family and friends of sufferers, academics/researchers, mental health professionals, and others affected by mental illness with access to a range of online material on mental health, including news stories, articles, and information on local services and research studies. One of the aims of the forum is to also allow discussion and input for the sharing of knowledge, experiences, ideas, and views, to help inform future research and service provision. The site also contains links to a range of external resources.
Oxford Mental Health Forum is independent; it is not part of any other organisation and works collaboratively with others. Find out more >>
Before volunteering in recovery groups at Restore, I had limited experience of being around other people suffering with mental illness. But coming to this new environment where people of all walks of life, of different gender, age and ethnicity who are experiencing mental illness really opened my eyes to how abundant it can be, and made me want to help some more.
20/10/2014: Oxford Mental Health Forum welcomes project to provide more mental health support in schools
Oxford Health NHS FT and the University of Oxford’s Department of Psychiatry are launching a pilot which will involve staff from the Trust’s Primary Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (PCAMHS) providing support to secondary schools in Oxfordshire... Read more.
02/09/2014: New Cognitive Behavioural Therapy pilot launched
One-Eighty, a children's charity in Oxfordshire (www.one-eighty.org.uk), is launching a CBT pilot to support those who have significant mental health needs... Read more.
27/07/2014: Time to Change events in Oxfordshire
The ‘Creative Communication for Changing Perspectives’ project is funded by Time to Change, England’s biggest programme to end the stigma and discrimination faced by people with mental health problems
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