The Maudsley Charity’s funding programme called “Living Well with Psychosis” focuses on supporting, developing, and testing new ways of providing care for people with psychosis.
The funding programme will support projects that will make a difference to people affected by psychosis in South London (Lambeth, Southwark, Croydon and Lewisham).
The Maudsley charity has committed £10m in funding over the next five years to help people in South London to live well with psychosis.
The Living Well with Psychosis theme will fund new initiatives and research to help improve the treatment and support the recovery of people affected by psychotic disorders and their families and carers. The new initiatives and research will also aim to help to address inequalities in the experiences of racialised communities in relation to mental health services.
The funding programme will help people affected by psychosis by giving them a greater voice and influence over their own care and increase their access to high quality personalised and effective therapy and medication.
McPin recruited a lived experience panel to review the funding programme applications using their lived experience.
Their reviews will be used to help the funding programme decide which projects will receive funding.
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