Topic: Mental health services

Briefing 52: Adult and older adult mental health services 2012-2016

The data points to an urgent need to review the capacity of community mental health services to meet people’s needs.

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The future of the mental health workforce

We’re exploring and setting out a vision for the future of the mental health workforce

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A lifeline in the community: the vital role of assertive outreach and rehabilitation

Dr Nuwan Dissanayaka highlights the struggle for people like Jamie to maintain independence

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Supporting carers

The Care Act, carers’ assessments and their impact on mental health carers

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Secure mental health services

Secure mental health services treat people with severe mental health problems who pose a risk to the public. But the services are subject to long delays and patients getting stuck.

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Providing welfare advice in mental health services

Specialist welfare advice is likely to save mental health services money by improving people’s health and reducing hospital admissions.

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Risk, safety and recovery

Risk, Safety and Recovery argues that risk and safety are rightly major concerns in mental health care but that traditional clinical management methods of assessing risk have stood in the way of helping people to recover their lives.

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Supporting recovery in mental health services: quality and outcomes

In order for services to support recovery, we need clear, empirically informed statements of what constitutes high-quality services and how these will lead to key recovery outcomes.

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Secure care: a briefing note

Secure mental health services provide accommodation, treatment and support for people with severe mental health problems who pose a risk to the public.

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Welfare advice for people who use mental health services

The report calls for every mental health service to secure specialist welfare advice to help to support recovery and to intervene early when difficulties emerge.

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