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Our response to the new Marmot Report on health inequalities
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Our new briefing explores the opportunities for ICSs to put mental health first
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We're delighted to welcome Dr Bhui, whose work has included tackling health inequalities and working closely with communities in public mental health
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Responding to a report by the Children’s Commissioner calling for greater prioritisation of children and young people’s mental health services, Sarah Hughes, Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health, said:

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Mental health inequalities are closely linked to wider injustices in society and more must be done to reduce these disparities.
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Targets, spending decisions and postcode lotteries in the NHS can be improved by applying economic theory to practice
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Our new report explores how trauma-informed approaches are being implemented by public services
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This manifesto sets out our shared priorities for what we hope the next Government will do to bring equality for mental health closer.
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Centre for Mental Health today published twelve steps for the next Government to create better mental health for all and reduce inequalities.

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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.