Book to attend Community Mental Health Commissioned Service Review

Closes 22 Jan 2024

Opened 13 Nov 2023


The Aberdeen Health and Social Care Partnership (ACHSCP) is inviting service providers and citizens to provide feedback as part of the commission Community Mental Health Review and help to co-design future services.

The services up for review are:-

  1. WELL Aberdeen
  2. NOVA
  3. First Response
  4. Distress Brief Interventions (DBI)

While the partnership is looking to the commissioned community mental health service provision for the four services, citizens could get involved in discussions around information on availability and any issues in accessing these services in their area for themselves or community.

Participation in the review of the commissioned community mental health service will:-

  • Inform and influence the design of future commissioned service.
  • Create a fit for purpose service by analysing what has worked well in the current provision and what needs to change in future service.
  • Ensure value for money in the commissioned service based on what people have said they would like the service to look like






11th December 2023 Monday

1030 am – 12:30 pm    


Introduction and understanding where we are at currently

17th January 2024 Wednesday

13:00 pm – 15:30 pm 


Planning for the future

13th February 2024 Tuesday

13:00 pm – 15:30 pm 


Focusing on outcomes & Implementation

Location: Aberdeen Health Village, 50 Frederick Street, AB24 5HY

Room 4/5 – white zone

Why your views matter

The Community Mental Health Interventions Service contract ends in March 2024, the Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership (ACHSCP) would like to engage with the mental health service providers, and the citizens of Aberdeen on how the service provision has been during current contract and what the future service should look like.

After the review we will engage in Collaborative commissioning for new contract of Aberdeen City Health Social Ccare Partnership commissioned Community Mental Health Interventions service.

Book to attend any or all of the three events



  • Anyone from any background


  • Community Planning
  • Local Services
  • Adult and Community Education
  • Disabilities
  • Gender
  • Faith, Religion and Belief
  • Race
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Adults and Older People
  • Carers
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Mental Health
  • Bereavement Services