Healthwatch Wiltshire is looking for more young people to help them review online mental health services in the county.
They would like people aged 16-25 to take part in their mystery shop focusing on what’s good and what could be improved about mental health support available locally for young people.
Julie Brown, Acting Healthwatch Wiltshire Manager, said:
“We’re asking young people to help us with this project so we can understand how well online mental health support works for them and what changes they would like to see. Anyone can be a mystery shopper, but we’d particularly like to hear from young men, and members of the LGBTQ+ and BAME communities, so we can get their perspectives on these services.
Sharing your views can make a real impact on how these services are developed, and even if you can only spare a small amount of time, your feedback will be invaluable in ensuring young people’s voices are heard.”
How to sign up
If you would like to become a mystery shopper, please email Jo Woodsford, Volunteer and Partnerships Lead at email@example.com.
All volunteers will receive full training and support from the Healthwatch Wiltshire team.
- Make a difference to your community
- Meet new people
- Boost your skills and knowledge
- Get training and support
- Add valuable experience to your CV – we can even give you a reference
Do as much or as little as you like, whatever you can give.
Young Healthwatch Wiltshire volunteer roles include:
- Storyteller – create a blog or video about your experiences of health and care.
- Listener – listen to the experiences of others.
- Young Ambassador – spread the word of Healthwatch Wiltshire and empower others to speak out.
- Media Guru – help create promotional materials and help us reach more young people on social media.
- Influencer – come to our meetings and talk to us about what we should be working on.
For more information on becoming a young volunteer visit the Young Healthwatch Wiltshire page and/or you can follow Healthwatch Wiltshire on social media:
You can also sign up to their news alerts to find out more about their work.