As part of the South West London NHS Mental Health Transformation project, BWW Mind are seeking to connect with people in Sutton, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Croydon and Wandsworth who experienced trauma, mental illness or poor mental health due to pregnancy, loss, birth or the postnatal period. The aim is to hear the journey and seek to understand what support people benefitted from and what support they would have liked. Interviews will take roughly an hour – via zoom or on the phone as preferred and can be conducted during evenings and weekends to suit your schedule. As a small token of appreciation, participants will be offered a £20 love to shop voucher. To get involved please contact Jo – the engagement lead, who is both an experienced wellbeing manager and has recovered from pregnancy trauma herself on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07570 655812
They are particularly interested in hearing from people who may experience barriers to access sing help and support, including people marginalised by race and ethnicity (including refugees, travellers and people whose first or only language is not English).
If you know someone who meets the criteria but would need additional support to participate – including digital exclusion, language barriers, disability or complex mental health issues, please get in touch so they can work to their needs. Their voices matter and they want to ensure services can reach everyone.
Posted on: 16th June 2021