The NHS in South West London has launched a new Mental Health Strategy setting out the ways it will improve and support the mental health of local people over the next five years.
Our new South West London Mental Health Strategy has been developed through analysing population needs and listening to issues raised by residents, stakeholders and those with lived experience of mental health issues.
This is a strategy that focuses on prevention (from pregnancy and birth onwards for the whole life course) as much as treatment which values emotional wellbeing and community resilience.
Covering the whole of south west London, the strategy is the first of its kind in London and is for everyone who lives, works or studies in Croydon, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth.
More information and the full strategy is available here: Our Mental Health Strategy for South West London – NHS South West London Integrated Care Board (icb.nhs.uk)