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Help us evaluate OMHP with our commissioners

We are proud of our partnership and want to understand our effectiveness and impact of working together. We want to know how we can continue to meet the needs of people who use our services and to adapt for future priorities. Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership (OMHP) commenced in October 2015 and the contract was awarded for…

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What would you do to improve local health services?

With growing pressure on the NHS – people living longer, more people living with long-term conditions, and lifestyle choices affecting people’s health – changes are needed to make sure everybody gets the support they need. The NHS has produced a ten-year plan, setting out all of the things it wants health services to do better for…

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Oxfordshire public urged to lobby MPs on mental health funding crisis

The 700,000 residents of Oxfordshire have been urged to lobby the county’s six MPs about ‘the serial underfunding’ of mental health services by the Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). Unite, Britain and Ireland’s largest union with 100,000 membersin the health service, is one of the many campaigning organisations that is urging supporters to send a…

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Oxfordshire council makes dramatic U-turn on mental health cut

OXFORDSHIRE County Council has made a dramatic U-turn on plans to slash mental health funding. The council had been proposing to reduce its contribution to NHS mental health services and social work by £1.6 million, from £8m to £6.4, by 2022. Today, however, council bosses appear to have bowed to public pressure, scrapping £1m of…

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OMHP release an open letter to Oxfordshire County Council

The letter, signed by all members of the partnership, is in response to Oxfordshire County Council’s proposal to cut mental health funding by £1.6 million by 2022. Oxfordshire County Council responded to the open letter and offered the opportunity to give your feedback on proposed mental health budget cuts. Read more… SaveSave

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Safe Haven launched for people living with mental health problems

A specialised safe haven offering a late-night safe space for people experiencing mental health crisis has opened off Cowley Road in Oxford. Oxford Safe Haven (OSH) offers additional out-of-hours support for adults living with mental illness in Oxfordshire. People must call ahead to hold a place at the drop-in in Manzil Way, Oxford, for immediate…

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