The Sheffield Primary and Community Mental Health Transformation Programme is a new way of delivering services for adults and older adults with serious mental illnesses, in places near to their homes. We also want to provide support at the earliest possible stage, to prevent against deteriorating mental health.

The service is delivered by a multidisciplinary team of clinical psychologists and psychosocial practitioners, occupational therapists, mental health pharmacists, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) therapists, primary care mental health practitioners, health coaches and Sheffield Mind's Community Connectors, as well as voluntary sector organisations, who offer additional support and activities.

Our Community Connectors work with these colleagues in the Primary Care Networks (PCN's) to ensure that people with severe mental illness get the most appropriate local support - and they support individuals to feel more able to use and be part of their local community. Working from our Wellbeing Centre and in their local PCN, they are helping people to access wider community support, by working with them to remove any barriers that might otherwise prevent them from making the most of that support.

The programme is expanding into more PCNs from April 2022, but here are the areas we're currently working in:


• Burngreave Surgery
• Forge Health Group
• Southey Green Medical Centre
• Upwell Street Surgery
• Page Hall Medical Centre
• Sheffield Medical Centre
• The Firth Park Surgery
• Wincobank Medical Centre


• Dovercourt Practice
• East Bank Medical Centre
• Norfolk Park Medical Practice
• Duke Medical Centre
• Manor & Park Group Practice
• The White House Surgery


• Jaunty Springs Health Centre
• Richmond Health Centre
• Woodhouse Medical Centre
• Charnock Health Primary Care Centre
• Stonecroft Medical Centre


• University of Sheffield Health Service
• Student Health at Sheffield Hallam University