How you can get involved

There are a number of ways in which you can get involved. Whether you'd like to give up some of your time and become a volunteer, to help recruit the right people for the right jobs, or just leave us some feedback there are lots of ways for you to take part. With your help we can improve our services and ensure the needs of everyone in the community are met.  

Whatever level of expertise and knowledge you have, or how much time you can spare, your contribution will be invaluable.  All you need is an interest in your local community and mental health services within Herefordshire and Worcestershire.

You can also email whcnhs.communityengagement@nhs.net to speak to a member of the team (service hours Monday-Friday 9-5pm).

 

Compliment, comment or complaint

Our Patient Relations Team are a confidential advice, support and information service and welcome feedback about our services as we recognise the value that comments, complaints, concerns and compliments can provide. 

Join our mailing list

As a member you will receive regular updates on health and care information, within Herefordshire and Worcestershire, from the Trust. You will also be invited to take part in surveys, focus groups and events and have the chance to shape the Trust’s services by becoming the public voice at the heart of our organisation. By working together we can provide outstanding care.

Sign up to the mailing list 

Your feedback

Surveys

Tell us your opinions, share your experiences and make suggestions within our available suveys

Become a volunteer

Our volunteers work throughout the county and play an important role in enhancing the services which we provide. They improve the care experienced by patients and carers when they access our services. We have numerous volunteering roles which involve;

Patient facing volunteering

Youth Board - A focus group of young people aged 14-25 within Worcestershire who ensure the services we provide are effective and accessible.

Community Engagement Panel - a focus group of service users, carers and interested members of the public in Worcestershire who give views and feedback on a range of topics.