What is the Involvement Register?
The Involvement Register is a way for South London and Maudsley NHS Trusts (SLaM) to advertise and allocate opportunities to people who want to use their experience of using our services to help SLaM to develop and improve their mental health services.
Involvement Register activities help SLaM to learn from your experience.
The Involvement Register is open to people who have use SLaM services and their carers who have been involved with the Trust in the last 5 years.
Although the Involvement Register is not a therapeutic or clinical service and run by non-clinical staff, many Involvement Register members say it has helped build their confidence and skills.
If you’re interested in joining the Register please see the guide to joining the involvement register page.
Want to find out more? Take a read through the “guide to joining the involvement register page.” If you’d like a chat about it, feel free to call the Involvement Register Co-Ordinator on 020 3228 1592 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: All those applying to be an Involvement Register member will need to have a DBS certificate before they can be signed up and begin undertaking rewarded activity. On occasion, because of what is in the DBS, a member might be restricted to certain activities and on very rare occasion where there is a potential safeguarding issue may not be able to join the register.