Join our thriving team of VOLUNTEERS!

We are currently recruiting for volunteers across Surrey to help us ensure local people have a say in how health and social care services are run. Current volunteering opportunities:
  • Community Listeners
  • Community Promoters
  • Community Influencers
We’re looking for volunteers who are:
  • Interested in health and social care.
  • Keen to ensure people in their community can have a say in how health and social care services are run.
  • Outgoing, good listeners and enjoy talking to people.
You don’t need experience in health or social care, as long as you have an interest and meet the criteria above you can find out more and apply here

We look forward to hearing from you!


We're hiring for a Data and Administration Officer (maternity leave cover) 

Do you have experience in database entry and monitioring, are you able to analyse data and prepare reports? Are you organised, friendly and able to carry out administration tasks?

Are you looking for a new challenge that involves working in a fun and flexible team? If so, we would love to hear from you.

You can read more about the role here


Commissioner response to our report 'How to help...: exploring how mental health services can support emotional wellbeing'

In November 2018, we received a detailed response to our report from Surrey Mental Health CCG Collaboratives and Surrey County Council, the commissioners of mental health services for Surrey.

The commissioners thanked Healthwatch Surrey for our report, "It is always valuable to receive independent reports so we can be well informed and take action on the issues that are important to people." 

To view the full report, click here.


Care at Home Phase 1 Report

Healthwatch Surrey has set out to answer the question 'In Surrey, do Domiciliary Care Users have a voice?'.

During phase one of our project, we spoke to 13 care agencies, asking them about their compliments, complaints and comments procedures. From this, we have reported many key findings and raised some important questions that we will be looking into in phase two of the project.

To view the Phase 1 report, please click here.


           

 



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24th December

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21st December

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