Welcome to Liverpool Mental Health Consortium -
Improving Mental Health Services in Liverpool & Beyond

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Liverpool Mental Health Consortium was set up in 1995 with the aim of improving mental health services in Liverpool. Service User involvement is our highest priority and the Consortium offers valuable opportunities for those who have experienced mental distress to develop a collective voice about their experiences, share opinions and insights in an informal and friendly atmosphere, and influence the planning, delivery and evaluation of mental health services. In April 2012, the Consortium was constituted as an independent company and registered charity.

 

Good News!

For those of you who are aware of the substantial funding cuts we’ve had this year, we’re delighted to announce that Liverpool Mental Health Consortium has been successful in obtaining funding which will allow us some short-term respite whilst we work to secure longer-term funding & sustainability for the organisation. We will therefore continue to operate in 2018, but will have a slightly different approach to our work, which we will announce in more detail soon. We’ll still very much be focused on community engagement, creative events & research. We’re planning to hold an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) in January & will then ‘re-launch’ the Consortium & embark upon a new & exciting chapter! Thanks to everyone who’s supported & collaborated with us over the past 2 decades – We look forward to continuing the partnership. Watch this space … !