Many people need additional help to regularly access and afford food, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Groups who may need more support include low-income families, young people and people who access mental health services.

We want to find out how many people who have mental health needs are unable to regularly access or afford food or are worried about it. This will help set-up a more coordinated approach to identifying food access needs and signposting to helpful organisations across Norfolk and Suffolk.

This survey is entirely voluntary and is open to everyone over the age of 16 who may have mental health needs and/or may worry about accessing or affording food.

We do not ask for any personal information in the survey, but there are some general questions about your background so we can find out which groups of people are more likely to need food support. The survey is likely to take around 10 minutes to complete. 

Once we have enough responses, the survey results will be published on the Trust website – we are hoping that this will be in Summer 2021. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact

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