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HAVE YOUR SAY!

This online survey takes about 10-15 minutes, (or longer if you have more to say). All responses are strictly confidential and will only be shared amongst the direct project team for statistical analysis. Survey closes 18 Feb 2024.

The survey is also available in Easy read, large print or screen reader accessible formats which can be found in the related documents below. Alternatively you can contact us as follows if you would like a hard copy of any of these formats: Phone: 02085 417976, SMS: 07841724938 or Email: public.health@surreycc.gov.uk or British Sign Language: via SignLive Video Relay

Aggregated findings at an anonymised level will be shared and presented in a summary report. This report will be published and made available in December on End Stigma Surrey’s website.

RAISING MENTAL HEAlTH AWARENESS
AND REDUCING STIGMA

Our aim is to reduce the stigma people who live with mental health issues experience in Surrey.

WHO WE ARE

Commissioned by Surrey County Council Public Health, End Stigma Surrey is delivered by three well established not for profit organisations in Surrey, Catalyst, Mary Frances Trust and Acting Out Productions 

WHAT WE DO

We engage with people across the county within the workplace, education and diverse communities including BAME; LGBTQ+; Gypsy, Roma, Traveller; young adults; professionals in health and care; local government; local media and the general public.

GET INVOLVED

Everyone can make mental health matter and help reduce stigma and discrimination.

See some ways you can get involved and make a real difference in Surrey.

Mental health is nothing to be ashamed of
but stigma and bias shame us all

Bill Clinton

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