St Patrick’s Mental Health Service is committed to listening to and acting upon the views of those who use and engage with its service. In order to enhance communication between service users and providers, a Service User Satisfaction Survey was developed and is distributed to service users who attend the Dean Clinics, Inpatient, and Day Programme services. This report outlines the views of a portion of Dean Clinic, Inpatient, and Day Programme service users from January to December 2016. The results of the service user satisfaction survey are collated for the first six months of each year and for each full year, to provide management and the board of governors’ valuable measures of the services provided. Standards of performance are set for measures throughout the survey and failure to achieve defined average scores results in actions being apportioned to the appropriate staff. This approach is in keeping with continuous quality improvement.