Lanarkshire Recovery Network - Kevin O`Neill

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Towards a Mentally Flourishing Lanarkshire
Improving mental health supports wider goals,
embedding mental health supports wider reach,
collective efforts support better outcomes
Kevin O’Neill, Public Mental Health Development Manger
October 2011
Mental Health Landscape
• 70,000 adults and 6,500 young people will
have experienced a mental health
problem in the last week.
• 20% total impact of disease (WHO).
• Cost of £10.7 Billion per-year to Scotland
(SAMH).
• Not just anyone 1 in 4 (inequalities)
• Levels of well-being in Lanarkshire similar
to national average despite socioeconomic challenges.
Tiered model of service delivery
Tier 2
Specialist Secondary Care
Mental Health Services
Tier 1
Primary Care & Mental Health Services
Tier 0
Community Health & Wellbeing
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High
Need
Dependant on complexity
Tier3
Tertiary
Care
Low
Need
Vision, Principles, Context
We wish to see a North Lanarkshire where we all
understand that there is no health without mental
health, where we know how to support and improve
our own and other’s mental health and well-being
and act on that knowledge, and where our flourishing
mental health and well-being contributes to a healthier,
wealthier, fairer, smarter and safer
Lanarkshire……people have capacity for change and
are able to achieve productive change both in how they
feel and how they live their lives. Key to this belief is that
national and local government, NHS, partners and
communities are able to set the context, conditions
and opportunities for change”
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Preventing Common Mental Health Problem, Suicide
and Self-harm
Preventing Common Mental Health Problems
•
Building capacity.
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Increasing access for low level, high demand
treatments, self-help, social prescribing, healthy
reading and stress-less at tiers 0,1&2.
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Reducing inequalities, high risk groups.
Choose Life
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National awareness campaign delivered locally.
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Public Awareness Campaign to Reduce Suicide
‘Suicide: don’t hide it, talk about it.
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National training programme over 5,000 people
trained is suicide prevention training in
Lanarkshire. HEAT 5 exceeded.
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Pathways for assessment and treatment for
people presenting with suicidal ideas
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National telephone supports Breathing Space
(50,000 calls per-year) and Samaritans.
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Improving the Quality of Life for People with
Mental Health Problems: Road to Recovery
1st level change (INDIVIDUAL) : Values, conditions and
environments that support recovery.
2nd level change (COMMUNITY): creating the conditions in
community that maintain recovery including public attitudes,
increasing access, reducing barriers and supporting
connections.
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st Level
1VALUE
POSITIVES
• Consider values and
attitudes
• Value lived experiences of
recovery
• Person centeredness
• Create an expectation of
recovery
• Consider and critically
appraise approach to
risk
• Peer support
• Focus on capacity and strengths
BELIEF + POWER + SUPPORT = RECOVERY
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Raise public awareness
of the effects of stigma and
increase understanding of mental
health and well-being.
Challenge incidents of
discrimination with a particular
focus on the media.
Ensure the voices of people with mental health
problems are heard.
Improve awareness of the sources of supports
that are available.
Involve people, organisations, communities, in
anti-stigma activities – through the ‘see me’
pledge.
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We are on our
way……..
MAKING RECOVERY
HAPPEN
• Individual
• Services
• Communities
-
directs it
facilitate it
maintain it
Steve Onken, American Professor
of Social Work
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When you change the way you look at
things, the things you look at change.
Steve Onken
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Contacts:
Kevin O'Neill,
Public Mental Health & Well-being Development Manager,
Mental Health & Learning Disabilities Unit Management
Team,
Nertherton House, Wishaw General Hospital ,
94-104 Netherton Street Wishaw,
North Lanarkshire,
Scotland
ML2 0DZ,
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