CQC Community mental health survey - see the results for your local trust

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) asked over 17,000 people who received NHS community mental health services about their experiences of care during the previous 12 months.
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The survey found that people consistently reported poor experiences, with few positive results.

The CQC also found disparity in the experiences of different groups of people, especially among respondents with different diagnoses.

But there were some areas where the majority of people reported good experiences. Responses to questions around organising care were positive, as were questions around respect and dignity.

Results for Southern Health NHS Trust 

Results for Solent NHS Trust

You can find out more about the Community Mental Health Survey 2020 here

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