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Our recent co-production event brought together representatives from local authorities, mental health professionals, and young service users to discuss the findings from our recent report, 'Don't presume we are fine just because we look OK.…
As part of the Acute Mental Health Public Consultation, CNWL NHS Trust are running a series of public events in Kensington & Chelsea, asking local people’s views about proposed changes to local acute mental health services.
We've been working with our volunteers to put together a set of priorities, focusing on the issues that matter most to you.
Today marks the five year anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire. This is an important day for our community and many local groups have organised events of commemoration and remembrance.
On the 75th anniversary of the establishment of the NHS, we want to renew our commitment to support and improve health and social care
From 1 July, the NHS complaints procedure is changing - here’s what residents of Kensington and Chelsea need to know
The findings of our Enter & View visits to four acute mental health wards at St Charles Hospital Mental Health Unit have been published.
Latest reports and publication
The purpose of this policy is to provide good practice guidance on Enter and View visits to ensure they are carried out in an effective, accountable and transparent manner
‘Don’t presume we are fine just because we look OK’: The mental health needs and experiences of young people (aged 18-25) in Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea
In this joint project, Healthwatch Westminster and RBKC examine the mental health needs and experiences of young people aged 18-25 who live or use services in the bi-borough.