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Local Forums and Networks

WWAMH assists groups and individuals to play a key role as equal partners in local services, mental health development and planning procedures.



These exist in each area to bring together service users, carers and representatives of voluntary organisations to:

    • Share information
    • Offer mutual support
    • Elect representatives to planning meetings
    • Communicate effectively with statutory bodies
    • Campaign for better services
    • Identify local priorities.



To promote a wide range of consultation including:

  • Public meetings
  • Questionnaires
  • Participation in staff interviews
  • Reviews of individual services


We continue to chair the Three Counties Advocacy Strategy Group, West Wales Mental Health Voluntary Sector Ex Service Personnel Network, Three Counties Mental Health Carers Network.

We also facilitate a range of service user, carer and provider networks on a county and regional level.


To find out more contact your nearest WWAMH Office

Armed Forces Veterans Information

WWAMH facilitates the Three Counties Voluntary Sector Mental Health Ex Service Personnel Network. This meets every 4 months. A directory of services for Veterans has been produced with the help of COBESO. For more information please contact WWAMH on 01267 238367.WWAMH Veterans Directory May 2013 Ceredigion Council has launched a Armed Forces and Veterans Helpline. …

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Spirituality and Mental Health Network

The aim of the network is to explore ways in which spirituality and religion has positively helped recovery from mental health problems. Within a respectful environment, our aim is to pursue wellness rather conformity to certain beliefs, with an emphasis on the positive effects of our beliefs and values rather than on the content of …

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