Cheshire East Place Mental Health Plan 2024-2029

The Cheshire East Place Mental Plan 2024-2029 covers how we plan to strengthen our efforts to help people in Cheshire East stay healthy and thrive, whilst addressing the fact that we need to do more to support people with mental health problems, including those that live with severe and enduring mental illness.

The development of this plan has been overseen by the Cheshire East Mental Health Partnership Board, whose members represent Cheshire East Council, Cheshire and Merseyside Integrated Care Board, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, mental health service users with lived experience and carers, Healthwatch, Cheshire Police and organisations from the Voluntary Sector.

Six key priorities that have been developed to deliver the plan vision:

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A number of different versions of the plan are available at the links below:

For more information on the plan please email, Programme Lead: Complex Needs

Page last reviewed: 01 March 2024

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