"Lack of services tailored to personality disorder sufferers"

About: Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust

(as the patient),

What happened? What didn't happen is more the issue! There is a total lack of services aimed at people with personality disorder and a reluctance among staff to diagnose or even acknowledge personality disorder. The service, or lack thereof, has been highly dissatisfying. I'm now feeling vulnerable and as though the trust are of no use whatsoever to me or anybody else with personality disorder.

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Response from Sarah Harrison, Head of Hearing Feedback, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust

Thank you for taking the time to share your experiences.

We would very much welcome the opportunity to explore the issues you raise in your post if you felt this was something you would be interested in doing. Please feel free to contact me on 01772 695315.


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Update posted by bornB (the patient)

Unfortunately I'm all too aware that your complaints process is as exhausting as the actual events I was affected by, under the nightmare that is Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust.

I can't say I do want to contact you unfortunately. Your procedures are infuriating.