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Staffordshire County Council’s Public Health Commissioning Team Invitation to Participate in their Drug & Alcohol Review

Staffordshire County Council’s Public Health Commissioning Team would like you to invite you to take part in the Drug and Alcohol Review being held this month.

They would like to know your views on an outline proposal for potential changes to Drug and Alcohol services. This is an initial exploratory exercise and it would be helpful if you could submit your views by Wednesday, 27 July 2016.

Included below is a link to a short form which briefly outlines the proposal and includes a number of questions to capture your views.  Simply click on the link to take part.

Healthwatch Request Feedback via Experience Exchange

Healthwatch Staffordshire would like to hear your views!

Have you accessed any health or social care services throughout January or early February 2016, such as visiting hospital, attending a GP Appointment, or visiting your local dentist or pharmacy? If so Healthwatch Staffordshire would really appreciate it if you could share your experiences on our Experience Exchange feedback platform.

SSNMH - Network News (Summer 2016)

Announcement from the SSNMH:-

Please find below the Summer 2016 edition of Network News and supplements. We have compressed these to get them as small as possible!

There’s two huge things to tell you…

From Autumn 2016, we will providing our Toolbox Project across the six districts of south Staffordshire, funded by Big Lottery Funding. This means we some Job Opportunities available. Please see the attached advert!

Staffordshire Lifelinks Diversity in Mental Health Workshop

This workshop combines both practical learning workshops and interactive 'Art Therapy' sessions. It is designed to look at various aspects of diversity, and how this links to mental health.

Our aim is to help people to celebrate each individual's unique skills, talents, experiences and beliefs and how we can best use these to help and support each other on a daily basis.

Come and try something different, meet new people and be surprised at what you can learn!

Delivering Care Where It Counts

How can we make sure our patients get the right care, at the right time and in the right place by working with other local organisations? Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust would like to invite patients, carers, members of the public and representatives of patient and community groups to meet with us to discuss some of these themes.

Delivering Care Where It Counts

How can we make sure our patients get the right care, at the right time and in the right place by working with other local organisations?

Burton NHS Trust would like to invite patients, carers, members of the public and representative of patient and community groups to meet with us and discuss some of these themes.

North Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group AGM

North Staffordshire CCG will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday 30 June 2016, from 2pm until 4pm at the Best Western Plus Moat House Hotel in Festival Park, Hanley.

The public are invited to come along to hear about the CCG’s highlights, achievements and challenges over the last year. You can also find out about the work we have been doing in relation to alcohol / mental health and hear from the Patient Congress.