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The Bradley Report five years on

Cover of Bradley Report five years on The five years since the Bradley Report was published have seen concerted action to improve support for people with mental health problems and those with learning difficulties in the criminal justice system, but this will need to be sustained for at least another five years to put the vision into practice nationwide.

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Centre for Mental Health

Centre for Mental Health aims to help to create a society in which people with mental health problems enjoy equal chances in life to those without.

We focus on criminal justice, employment, mental health at work, recovery and children, with supporting work on broader mental health and public policy.

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Dr Sam Barrell, Karen O’Brien and Dr Manny Austin from South Devon and Torbay Clinical Commissioning Group cycled 100 miles in the edges of a hurricaine to raise money for us on Sunday. Thank you so much, we really, really appreciate it.

England’s leading mental health organisations call on all political parties to make mental health a priority in run up to election

Taskforce needs to find ways to reinvest in children's mental health

The current evidence on depression - new blog post

Shocking gaps in UK maternal mental health services - #everyonesbusiness campaign

Happiness is the government's business say mental health experts

Final report of an independent commission chaired by Lord Bradley to review progress and identify priorities for further development

Person centred safety planning can help to manage risk and support recovery - new briefing

Outcomes and performance in liaison psychiatry

Addiction services can help people to get paid work, new research shows

Centre for Mental Health report sets out 'Keys to Diversion' for people with multiple needs

Centre for Mental Health supports review of sections 135 and 136 of Mental Health Act

Lack of places of safety for children is a major cause for concern

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Risk, Safety and Recovery

Mental health services can manage risk more effectively by involving service users in planning for safety, says a briefing paper published today by Centre for Mental Health and the NHS Confederation’s Mental Health Network, as part of the Implementing Recovery through Organisational Change (ImROC) programme.


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