Introduction and Confidentiality

Before answering this questionnaire, please make sure you have read the background consultation information at:


This consultation questionnaire is being administered on behalf of the three NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups in West Sussex and the Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust by independent research and consultation organisation, Public Perspectives Ltd.

We are committed to safeguarding the information given to us in line with data protection legislation. You can see Public Perspectives' privacy policy notice at: The privacy notice provides information on how we handle and protect your personal information and how your individual rights are met.

Your response may be made available for public scrutiny if you are responding on behalf of an organisation or you are a representative of service users or the public, e.g. an MP or councillor.

If you are responding in a personal capacity, your response will be shared with decision-makers so they can consider your views fully, but it will otherwise be kept confidential, as required by law. This means that your name, address or personal information will never be disclosed or reported alongside your responses.

Please do not put your name on the questionnaire or any other written response if you want to remain anonymous. But we would be grateful if you could fill in the other questions so we can see how representative respondents are and whether or not there are differences to the answers given by different groups of people.

If you would like to be kept informed about our work but want your response to remain confidential then please contact us separately with a request for you to be kept updated.

You can contact us at:

Engagement Team
Coastal West Sussex CCG
The Causeway
Goring-by-Sea, Worthing
BN12 6BT


Phone: 0300 304 0330

Please click 'Next' below to start answering the questionnaire.

Sign Live
If you are a Deaf British Sign Language (BSL) user and would like to provide your views on experiences of Mental Health Services through our survey, you can now use a Video Relay Service (VRS) called SignLive; a free app which connects you to a qualified British Sign Language interpreter.

Simply download the SignLive app, register your details, and search for NHS Brighton and Hove in the Community Directory. An interpreter will join you on the call before the call is put through to the engagement team.

You will be able to access the service for two hours twice a week at the following times:

Thursday 12 September, 2pm – 4pm
Tuesday 17 September, 11am – 1pm
Thursday 19 September, 2pm – 4pm
Wednesday 25 September, 9am – 11am
Thursday 26 September, 2pm – 4pm
Monday 30 September, 1.30pm – 3.30pm
Thursday 3 October, 2pm – 4pm
Thursday 10 October, 2pm – 4pm

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