National Mental Capacity Forum (NMCF)

About the NMCF

The National Mental Capacity Forum (NMCF) is a joint initiative of the Ministry of Justice and the Department of Health and Social Care.

The purpose of the NMCF is to advocate at a national level for the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) and to identify and support local actions to improve awareness, understanding and implementation of the MCA to realise improved outcomes and benefits for individuals who may (or may in the future) lack mental capacity.

From the Chair

The current chair of the NMCF is Margaret Flynn. Here, you can read Margaret’s latest thoughts about matters pertaining to the MCA and to the Forum.

2022-23 Annual NMCF Report Published

A New Toolkit: Making financial decisions for young people who lack capacity

Coping with delays to LPS and the new Code of Practice

Events & Resources

Our webinars are online and free to attend. To receive details of upcoming NMCF events, sign up to the NMCF mailing list by emailing NMCF1@Justice.gov.uk, including the word ‘subscribe’ in the subject line.