Enfield Mental Health Users Group (EMU) is a registered charity providing group advocacy for people using Mental Health Services in the London Borough of Enfield. The Charity is run by Mental Health Service Users
- To challenge stigma within the London Borough of Enfield community, to promote social integration and work towards more positive images of people with mental helath problems/illness.
- To be an independent user group led by service users for all adult service users to promote personal development with all their different needs and with all their diversity.
- To improve communications between service users and service providers so as to infulence/effect improvements. This will involve representation on as many committees and recruitment panels held by service providers as possible. It will also involve monitoring of service providers.
- To be the voice of mental health service users in the London Borough of Enfield working in a constructive spirit.
Conference 4th September 2015
We are hosting a Conference to allow people with an experience or interest in mental health to share their views and experiences with service providers.
It is really important you attend and take part so we can ensure that your views are heard.
4th September 2015 11am-3pm at the Dugdale Centre in Enfield Town.
Free Buffet lunch.
Music and Poetry workshops.
Goodie bag with information pack for all participants.
Call EMU for more information or just turn up on the day.
Was great to find some trans support – much appreciated guys.
Lunch is nice and the quiz keeps my mind working.
Enjoy the new activities.
The group is structured well and the ground rules are clear.
I feel relaxed and safe to share my issues.