NSUN network for mental health is an independent, service-user-led charity that connects people with experience of mental health issues to give us a stronger voice in shaping policy and services.

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As a member you have access to a range of materials to help you influence, manage and support others. In the exclusive members area you have a secure forum where you can exchange views with other service user survivors and masses of download resources covering;

Administration, Arts, Finance, Fundraising, Governance, Human resources, Legislation, Policy, Management, NSUN business ,Service user/survivor involvement, Publications and reports, Research, Services and support, Training and Welfare benefits

You can create a profile and choose what information is visible to other members. 

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Individual members can network with other service user survivors. You decide if you want to share your own experiences and if you want to share any of your details with other members on the secure directory.  

As a service user/survivor group you will be able to promote what you do, find out what other groups are doing and have access to information that will help strengthen what you do.

Other organisations, that are not service user groups, can also benefit from joining NSUN. Apart from indicating your organisation’s commitment to service user/survivor involvement and leadership, joining NSUN can provide you with valuable information about service user and survivor led groups and organisations.  


If you would like to become a member of NSUN please email or call us on 020 7820 8982


In addition to the private members’ area, forum and download resources you will receive regular e-bulletins and our network newsletter.
Read some recent examples here  eBulletins     network newsletters                                                                  

Please see Glossary of terms for definitions of service user/survivor and service user/survivor led group.