Perinatal Mental Health Survey Liverpool

Help us improve mental health services for pregnant women and new mums in Liverpool

We would like to hear from all women and their families who live in Liverpool who have experienced any type of mental health problem at any point during pregnancy or up until their baby turned one – also known as the ‘perinatal period’. Your experience needs to be within the last five years. 

It is really important that we hear your views of what support helped during this period and what could have been better so we can improve and develop Community Perinatal Mental Health Services in our area. Your views will inform our plans and this will help us meet the needs of local women and families. Perinatal mental health problems are those which occur during pregnancy or in the first year following the birth of a child. It includes things like post natal depression and anxiety.

Filling in the survey and Data Protection (GDPR)
Our survey should take less than ten minutes to complete.  
Your answers will remain anonymous and will be stored and used within our final report. We appreciate that some of the questions may mean that you have to recall upsetting or distressing events. You are of course free to close this survey or skip questions at any point.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.

Please note that an asterisk (*) indicates that the question must be answered.  You will need to complete all required questions before you can move on to the next page or submit the survey.

Privacy Notice
Any personal data collected as part of the survey will not be used to identify responses and will be stored appropriately.
No personally identifiable information is being collected.
Equality data (for example, information relating to disability and ethnicity) is being collected in this survey in order to comply with our legal obligations, under the Equality Act 2010 and Public Sector Equality Duty 2011. The data will be used to support the commissioning and development of mental health services.
There are no personal identifiers contained within the data collected or used in the final report.

If you need immediate mental health support please call

Talk Liverpool on 0151 296 7200 or the freephone number 0800 145 6570
The Samaritans helpline on 116 123

If you have any further questions about this survey you can contact: