The membership office is the main contact point for the Trust's members and governors. It organises various platforms for them, including the Annual Members Meeting.
The Trust has around 9,000 members, many of them patients, service users and carers. Membership is free; you decide your level of involvement, and as a member you can have a say in shaping the development of future Trust services and in helping it reduce the stigma and discrimination associated with health issues.
As a Trust member you can also stand for Governor or elect others to represent you on the Council of Governors, attend the Annual General Meeting and our exclusive Members’ events, and through their elected representatives, the Council of Governors, you can also have a say in strategic planning for the Trust.
To read more about becoming a member of the Trust click here|.