Government to 'level up' mental health support

Public has until 5 July to respond

Hemma Visavadia
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Government to 'level up' mental health support

The Department for Health and Social Care has issued a 12-week call for evidence with the aim to improve mental health support across the UK.

The call for evidence forms part of the Government's 10-year mental health plan to level up care, putting mental and physical health as a higher focal point. As part of the feedback, people who are currently or have been dealing with poor mental health, as well as those working in the healthcare profession, will have until 5 July 2022 to share views on how to evolve these services. The call for evidence refereces statistics that one in five adults in the UK experienced some form of depr...

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