Tell us what you think about the mental health services
Do you use mental health services or are you significantly involved in the life of someone who does? Do you have something to say about your experience that you want the people who design, plan and deliver mental health services to hear?
Paddy McGowan, interim Head of Service User, Family Member and Carer Engagement on the HSE National Mental Health Management Team is planning a series of nationwide meetings to hear directly from people who have experience of its mental health services.
He is particularly interested in hearing from the people who use mental health services, their family, friends and/or carers or anybody who has an interest in this area.
We want to improve our mental health services and we want to hear your views. The meetings will take place in a number of different locations across Ireland in the next few months. Please come and tell us what you think and help us to improve how we deliver services.
Paddy has a long and distinguished history as a campaigner on mental health issues. He has personal experience of the mental health services, both as a service user and as a carer. He has also been involved in advocacy around issues both nationally and internationally for many years.