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MHPF continues to be the leading representative body for voluntary sector providers of mental health services. We are united by our desire to improve the quality of care for people with mental health needs and the outcomes of services provided. MHPF members represent the diversity of service providers operating across the not for profit sector, delivering a wide range of services and representing almost 5 million service users and over 15,000 staff. Our role is to promote innovation, evidence best practice and influence policy to achieve the best possible outcomes for individuals.

For more information visit www.mhpf.org.uk


The Mental Health Network represents providers from across the statutory and non-statutory sectors.

We work with government, regulators, opinion formers, media and the wider NHS to promote excellence in mental health services, and the importance of good mental health.

We help shape and challenge national policy and legislation affecting our members. We make sense of the broader political and policy environment, and provide members with up to date news and analysis. We also work to identify and spread good practice and innovation in the mental health sector.

Joining the Mental Health Network provides members with access to regular policy briefings, reports and news bulletins. We also run a popular events programme throughout the year, providing members with opportunities to hear from senior figures in healthcare and for networking with peers.

To contact NHS Confederation Mental Health Network, click here. Alternatively you can visit www.nhsconfed.org


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The Mental Health Alliance is a coalition of 75 organisations from across the mental health spectrum and beyond. We're working together to advocate for fair implementation of the Mental Health Act in England and Wales.

We worked together to secure better mental health legislation, resulting in the Mental Health Act 2007.

For more information, please visit www.mentalhealthalliance.org.uk