Topic: Economics

Economic analysis is often at the heart of our work, demonstrating the human and financial costs of mental health problems and the clear benefits of faster and better responses to people’s needs.

Mental health promotion and mental illness prevention: The economic case

Many forms of prevention and early intervention in mental health are outstandingly good value for money and radically improve the quality of people’s lives.

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What’s it worth now?

What’s it Worth Now? estimates of social and economic costs of mental health problems in Scotland, with a particular focus on the employment-related costs.

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The economic and social costs of mental health problems in 2009/10

This policy paper calculates the economic and social costs of mental illness including the costs of health and social care, lost output and the human costs of reduced quality of life.

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Promoting mental health and preventing mental illness

This report calls for greater investment in mental health promotion and argues that this will bring economic advantages.

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The costs of race inequality

This policy paper seeks to strengthen and support the case for action by showing that these poorer experiences and outcomes come at not just a personal cost to those involved – they also increase the financial costs of mental health care

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Economic and social costs of mental illness in England

Mental illness costs us more as a society than crime, and this policy paper calculates what the economic and social costs of mental illness are.

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