How to get the most out of the blog

What is it?

It is a web presence, information centre and forum, for  mental health service user involvement and information across South London

Who is it for?

Anyone and everyone – if you are involved in or just interested in Mental Health in South London, then this is the blog for you! We hope that here there is something for everyone 🙂

It’s run by service users for service users.

How to ‘sign up’ to the blog –

If you want to get posts delivered straight to your inbox, click on the ‘Get posts by email’ tab on the top right of the homepage and enter your email address. You’ll then receive a link into your email account to confirm: click on this and you’re subscribed!

How to find your way around –

Chose from the list of pages along the top of the home page, or the list of topics on the right hand side of the page to read about something you are interested in. This is where you can find out specific information about TWIG, The Arts, Campaigns, Job Vacancies (both paid and voluntary) and Training to name but a few. ‘Posts by month’ and ‘Useful links’ can also be found here.

Links to Twitter and our brand new Facebook page are at the top of the site too.

How to comment on a blog post

Simply go to the bottom of the blog and post your comment in the ‘Leave a Reply’ box (just below the ‘Like’ button).

NB to get notified when other people comment, you’ll need to check the box at the bottom of the comments box where it says “notify me of follow-up comments via email”.

Anything missing from this guide? Comment below and you’ll help us update this page.



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