Feedback & Consultation

The Forum is involved in many areas of mental health service evaluation, design and planning. In order to represent the views of service users fully, it is important that we gather as many experiences and opinions as possible.

Please contact us at admin@dorsetmentalhealthforum.org.uk any time to let us know your views about any area of local mental health service provision, or just to share your experiences.

If you or anyone you know has an interest in helping to shape services you can get involved by joining the Forum. Download the Forum Information Leaflet to find out more about what we do and how you can be a part of it.


Feedback on the Forum's services

We aim to provide the best services possible but believe that there is always room for improvement. We want to attempt to put right anything that might be wrong and to learn from the experiences of people who access our services. We will to listen to you and do our best to resolve matters for you.

We welcome your feedback and views on any of the Forum's services, please contact us on admin@dorsetmentalhealthforum.org.uk

Please download the Forum Complaints Procedure if you would like to make a complaint.

Getting Involved with the Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)

Your NHS - Your Voice - Your Say

The NHS Dorset CCG wants to make sure that changes to local health services are informed by the views and experiences of local people, patients and family carers.

For more details and to find out how to get involved, please visit the Dorset CCG website.


'No Decision About Us Without Us'

'No Decision About Us Without Us' document coverIn essence, this document describes why, how and the many ways that the general public can get involved in the shaping of local health and care services. It’s very comprehensive and describes simply and accessibly many of the new bodies and groups that now exist around local service commissioning and provision.

Please download the 'No Decision About Us Without Us' document to inform yourself of the changes to health services and see how you can get involved in shaping these services, now and in the future.