Improving Student Mental Health through Partnerships Project

LJMU is committed to improving student mental health and is leading on a project to improve student mental health provision, working in partnership with key organisations in the city.

Aims of the project

The Student Mental Health Partnerships project will:

  • Introduce new clinical services based on campus, including the U-COPE self-harm service
  • Work in partnership to influence and improve pathways into mental health services for students
  • Co-produce the design and delivery of care with students and practitioners
  • Evaluate effective models of partnership working
  • Share best practice

How can you get involved with the Project?

The Improving Student Mental Health Project has been designed to ensure that student co-production and engagement runs through all activities and is central to any new development works. At a governance level, the project has student representation via the Liverpool Guild of Students and LJMU Student Union, and there are also a wide range of opportunities for involvement, whether that is attending one of our ‘Living With...’ workshops, or becoming more involved and joining one of our focus groups or co-production activities.

To find out more, please visit Project Workshops 

Your input and feedback is key to the project being successful and so we welcome all thoughts and suggestions. If you would like to share these with us please do not hesitate to contact us on

Check out how students have impacted on the project already in our You Said, We Did update (PDF, 1191KB) 

Keep up to date with the 'What's On' project.