The role of our People Participation Leads (PPLs)
People Participation Leads (PPLs) are at the heart of participation and help people who use our services and carers get involved in our work and projects. PPLs have professional and personal experience of the mental health service.
They improve communication between the Trust and service users, carers and their families and direct them to opportunities to help shape the way our services are run.
The Trust is divided into Care Groups, with a service director, clinical director, lead nurse and a PPL.
PPLs let service users know what's going on in their area and tell them about changes. Their aim is to improve their chances of success in their recovery journey.
They make sure that we hear the voices of service users and carers. By doing this, we make sure they are central to planning and delivering services.
Click on your area to find out who your PPL is (see below).
Who is my PPL?
Find out who your local People Particpation Lead is below.