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Schools and colleges have profound and lasting effects on young people’s mental health, yet too often this is left to chance
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15 October 2019

The Care Quality Commission’s State of Care Report presents a worrying picture about inpatient mental health services in England, Centre for Mental Health chief executive Sarah Hughes said today.

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Our economic evaluation of the baby loss charity Petals, which provides counselling to women
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A psychological treatment service working in GP surgeries in Nottingham offers hope to people other services can’t help
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A fair and sustainable funding settlement for social care must provide parity of esteem for mental health and sufficient funding to support people of working age as well as those in later life
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The Centre spoke with statutory commissioners and voluntary sector providers to understand the barriers and facilitators for effective commissioning
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We respond to Mind's survey showing that three in five young people have experienced a mental health difficulty
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We respond to the Prime Minister’s announcement today that the Government will commit to reforming the Mental Health Act
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Our new research with ACEVO shines a light on the experiences of people who have been bullied in a charity workplace