The mental health crisis in the UK continues as the Number of children admitted to A&E with mental health problems jumps 330 per cent over past decade according to a report published by the Independent yesterday.
People are being made to wait longer for help and more children are reaching crisis point’ –says Andy Bell, Centre for Mental Health think tank.He said anecdotal evidence suggested some children were even being turned away from mental health services and being told “they are not ill enough”, which meant problems were not being tackled earlier.
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