Association of Mental Health Providers represents members across England and Wales from locally focused to regional and national organisations. All our members are united in their aim of improving the quality of care for people with mental health conditions and the outcomes of the services provided. We are seeing both challenges and opportunities for the mental health service sector, and by working collaboratively with our members, we can play a key role in shaping the future of services for people with mental health conditions.
Our valued members are instrumental in shaping our work to improve and influence national policy, and to promote the powerful role of the voluntary and community sector in mental health service provision. It is imperative that the not-for-profit mental health sector's voice is clear, present and distinct, and as such, the Association proactively represents all our members at the heart of our work.
By being a member of the Association, you can add your important voice to a growing and diverse network of organisations committed to making a real difference to how mental health services are delivered. There are many benefits to joining our Association as a member - find out more by choosing the membership category that applies to your organisation.
Association of Mental Health Providers offers two types of membership; full and associate. Our Full Membership is open to voluntary sector organisations, including not-for-profit social enterprises and registered societies, that directly deliver support and services to people with mental health conditions. Our Associate Membership is open to voluntary sector organisations who are not directly providing…
If you are a Clinical Commissioning Group [CCG], Mental Health Trust, NHS, or Local Authority, and are interested in joining the Association of Mental Health Providers, please contact us for more information on what we can offer you as a Supporter.
Association of Mental Health Providers offers private organisations opportunities to raise their profile within the mental health voluntary and community sector such as sponsoring an event or commissioning research, as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility. If you are interested in becoming a Sponsor or finding out more information about how your company can collaborate…