Improving England’s mental health

Improving England’s mental health: the first 100 days and beyond has been produced jointly by Centre for Mental Health, the Mental Health Foundation, Mental Health Network, Mind, Rethink Mental Illness and the Royal College of Psychiatrists.  Following the election of the new government, they have produced a 100 day plan which sets out five priority areas for action: ensure fair funding for mental health; give children a good start in life; improve physical health care for people with mental health problems; improve the lives of people with mental health problems; and enable better access to mental health services.  This publication sets out a range of actions which are vital in the first 100 days, and also over the lifetime of the Parliament.

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