How to get involved







Our job is to provide NHS care to the local community. It’s important we stay in touch with what people want from our services and what they think of them. Recruiting people as members is one way we can do this.

Becoming a member means you can have a say in how our organisation is run. You can vote for our Council of Governors or to become a Governor yourself. This means you can have a direct impact on how we work and plan for the future. Our Council of Governors provides a direct link with our members and local community.

Contact a Governor by email:

How do I become a member?

You can join as a member if you’re over 14, use our services or care for someone who does, work here or live in one of the geographical areas where we provide services. Here’s where to join

Click here to read our newsletter Partnership Matters

Annual members' meeting

Our annual members' meeting was held on Monday 10 October 2016 to coincide with World Mental Health Day. Thank you to everyone who joined us on the day. If you were unable to be there you can still see the presentations from the day by watching our videos. Presentation slides are also available for you to download.

Presentation slides