“One of the few organisations that provide critical views to challenge the orthodoxy of service providers to highlight gaps in services and champion equality.”
“Invaluable and a fantastic resource. Jewel in the crown for Liverpool’s Mental Health community. Quite unbelievable the amount of work they actually achieve with such a relatively small staff. Dedicated and always open to ideas.”
Collaboration is at the heart of everything we do. We believe that just as communities are stronger and more resilient when they are working together, so are different sectors.
At Liverpool Mental Health Consortium, we’re committed to working with diverse communities and ensuring that everyone feels included, heard and respected. We recognise that some individuals and communities find it harder to access services, find out the information they need, be taken seriously of feel part of wider social networks or communities.
Much of our work focuses on the mental health needs of women, people from Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) Communities and people from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Community (LGBTQ+) but also aims to recognise and include people with Protected Characteristics of all kinds.