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Annual survey of south Londoner’s mental health launched

South London Listens has launched its second community survey to find out how the mental health and wellbeing of south Londoners has changed over the last year.

Launched in 2020, South London Listens is a unique partnership between the three mental health Trusts in south London, local authorities and community organisations who are working together to help our communities recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.

Last year, hundreds of people from every borough in south London completed the community mental health survey, which revealed the Covid-19 pandemic had had a profound effect on people’s mental health and wellbeing. Respondents reporting high levels of depression and anxiety, and many said they had experienced feelings of loneliness, isolation and powerlessness.

The results informed a series of asks from the community, developed through community organising in partnership with Citizens UK, which the South London Listens partnership pledged their support to tackling.

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