This study provides qualitative evidence on the views of service users, their carers and practitioners on the implementation of Part 3 of the Mental Health (Wales) Measure 2010. This part of the Measure is concerned with assessments of former users of secondary mental health services and enables individuals, who have previously been in receipt of secondary mental health services, to refer themselves directly back to secondary services for assessment. This allows assessments to take place without individuals necessarily needing to go to their GP or elsewhere for a referral, therefore improving access. The report draws upon the interviews conducted with service users, carers and practitioners. Findings under each of the specific review questions are presented in turn, covering: discharge period; access to information about entitlement to assessment; the experience of reassessment; the experience of self-referral; and satisfaction with outcomes.