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Liz

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I came across Integritas in April this year. I referred myself to the service and shortly afterwards Victoria and Rachel visited me at home. Since then I’ve had help from Integritas in many different ways – they helped me to get a grant for a cooker and looked at my basic needs – things like heating and bills. They keep me up to date and informed about events and how they are getting on with my case.

Before I had support from Integritas I wanted to shut the door on everyone and felt very low and isolated. I have fund one to one home visits are really helpful when you are isolated. One of their volunteers helped me by teaching me some IT skills so I can use the internet. The staff are non judgemental and encouraging, they have given me emotional and practical support and I now have the confidence to do things like attend a focus group and now start socialising by joining Integritas’ monthly group. I come and see them in their offices rather than relying on home visits and am fighting to stay well and in control of my life.

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It is pretty difficult to get across in words quite how different experiences of the mental health system are as a service user versus as a professional. So we must always always ask those whose views matter most esp those whose opinions challenge us and make us uncomfortable.

Myth #4... there’s no free food provision for the homeless in Nottingham. The photos below speak for themselves. No one ever needs to go hungry in this City.

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