The Mental Health Development Service (MHDS), based at SCVS supports Swansea’s 3rd sector to be more informed, involved and supported with regards to mental health & well-being, whilst also exploring avenues for service development.  

Acting as a conduit between all sectors, its purpose is to foster dialogue and develop strong partnerships.The service also provides mental health related information to the voluntary and statutory sector, service users, carers and the general public.

 

SCVS Mental Health Development Team May 2018 

      

Click on the boxes below to find out more about the different aspects of the Mental Health Development Service.......

Mental Health Support

Helpline and support service phone numbers.

Resources

The SCVS Mental Health Development Service produces a range of resources for people in Swansea with mental health issues and those who support them.

Mental Health Information Service

We provide mental health related information to the voluntary and statutory sector, service users, carers and the general public. 

Mental Health Forum

The Mental Health Forum is an umbrella group of organisations working in the City and County of Swansea who have an interest in mental health and emotional well-being.

Children & Young People's Mental Health Forum

The Children & Young People's Mental Health Forum aims to establish and increase dialogue between organisations who support children and young people with their mental health and wellbeing in Swansea.

Representation

The service is an active member, where appropriate, in local and regional forums, networks and strategic planning processes. The service also promotes the role of the third sector in local and regional service provision and explores development opportunities in mental health and emotional well-being.

For more information on the Mental Health Development Service please contact:

  • Helen Foster, Mental Health Development Officer at SCVS on 01792 544021 / [email protected]
  • Rachael Jenkins, Mental Health Development Officer at SCVS on 01792 544020 / [email protected]
  • Beth Preston, Mental Health Information Officer at SCVS on 01792 544030 / [email protected]

  We take data protection seriously - click here to view the Mental Health Development Service Privacy Statement