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5 November 2015

Gofal launches fourth survey about primary mental health services in Wales

In 2012 a law to improve local primary mental health support services came into force across Wales. It is now three years since the law was implemented and Gofal is conducting a survey to see if people are noticing improvements in their experiences. We will use the resulting data to highlight good practice and to inform health boards and local authorities where they need to do more.

This national survey is open to any person in Wales who has visited their local GP surgery to seek advice, treatment or support for mental health problems during the last 12 months. All responses are anonymous, it will only take 5 minutes and you could win a Kindle Fire!

In order to gain a clear picture of people’s experiences, we are keen to hear from as many people as possible. With one in four people experiencing mental health problems, this issue is likely to be relevant to many people in your social and professional circles.

Do you live in Wales? Have you been to your local GP surgery to seek advice, treatment or support for mental health problems in the past 12 months?

If so, please fill in this short survey to tell us about your experience.

  • All responses are anonymous
  • It will only take 5 minutes
  • And you could win a Kindle Fire!

Complete the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Snapshot15  

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