Call for Participants in My Voice Matters: Views and Experiences of LGBTI+ People Using Mental Health Services

Mental Health Reform and LGBT Ireland are delighted to open the call for participants in “My Voice Matters: Views and Experiences of LGBTI+ People Using Mental Health Services”.

Through this project, Mental Health Reform and LGBT Ireland aim to document and analyse the lived experiences of LGBTI+ people who use mental health services in Ireland. What we learn will be used to explore how mental health services can better meet the needs of LGBTI+ people. This will help to guide both organisations in our campaigning and advocacy work on the subject.

What is My Voice Matters? My Voice Matters is a national consultation series which collects the experiences people using mental health services in Ireland, and the experience of their family members, friends and carers/ supporters.

Find out more and register your interest click here
 
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