Survey seeks views on Primary Care Mental Health services

Picture of survey being filled in

A survey has recently been put together, asking people in Leeds what they think about Primary Mental Health Care in the city. It was created by the NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). The survey’s results will then be used to help shape mental health care services in the future.

The survey closes on Sunday 30th September, so there is plenty of time to fill it in. It only has a few questions, so it would not take long to complete. The Leeds CCG are keen to hear from autistic people who have used primary health care services run by the local NHS.

Take the survey

You can take the survey online by clicking on the link below:

Providing a primary care mental health service for adults in Leeds

Alternatively, you can ask the Leeds CCG for a paper copy of the survey, if you would prefer. To do that, you can contact them in the following ways: