The mental health findings of the Millennium Cohort study, into the mental health of 11-year-olds across the UK.
Two-thirds of prisoners and about half of people under probation supervision are estimated to have personality disorder traits, yet only a small proportion get any support.
Centre for Mental Health was commissioned by the East of England Strategic Clinical Networks to evaluate activity taking place in four local areas in the region through a pilot programme to extend suicide prevention into communities.
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We know that mental health problems around pregnancy and in childhood make people's lives harder and cost a great deal of money.
The majority of prisoners have mental health problems, often two or more at the same time. Imprisonment doesn't seem to reduce re-offending...
Economic analysis is often at the heart of our work, demonstrating the human and financial costs of mental health problems and the clear be...
The majority of people with mental health problems want to work but often the support they need is not available.
We're finding way...
Physical health problems and long-term conditions make mental health problems worse, and vice versa. We're finding ways to fix this by resear...
Recovery means enabling people to live the lives they want with or without the symptoms of mental health problems. Through the ImROC programm...
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