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Emma Mitchell Feb 24
effects 5% of the population (conservative estimate). The lack of treatment for most impacts us all. This great campaign by shows us how
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Royal College of Psychiatrists Feb 21
Replying to @rcpsych
We're calling on the government to ensure there is . This follows our analysis, which shows trusts have less income than they did in 2011-12. 🖥️➡️
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Luciana Berger Feb 21
the real level of spend has fallen since 2011-12. Devastating research from shows gap between reality and govt claims > >
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George Roycroft Feb 21
Great new analysis from showing fall in Mental Health Trust spending. We need transparency and assurance all patients are getting the services they need
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Emma Mitchell Feb 22
Well said - services in the UK are at breaking point, and too many of the most vulnerable are left broken
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Anna Conway Morris Feb 21
And this my dear twitter friends is the truth about this government’s commitment to
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Open Door Feb 21
The lack of has had a significant impact on front line services, and outcomes for patients. The current model isn't sustainable, and only costs more in acute care in the long run.
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P1vital Feb 21
New research highlighting the need for more funding for UK services.
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PollView Android APP Feb 21
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Time4Recovery Feb 21
Lost in transit? Funding mental health services in England via
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Time4Recovery Feb 21
"The Royal College of Psychiatrists’ report slices through the rhetoric-reality gap around mental health funding like a hot knife through butter" via
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Team Mental Health Feb 21
Replying to @rcpsych @Jeremy_Hunt
It feels so vitally important for money intended for specialist mental health services to be ring-fenced. As does ensuring investment at primary care level to support those experiencing mild / moderate mental health problems
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Barry Sheerman Feb 21
According to , SW Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is 1/9 mental health trusts in England to have suffered a year on year decline, its funding has been reduced from £ 250,361,000 in 2011/12, to £229,907,000 in 2016/17! Govt must ensure
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Contact Consulting Feb 21
Replying to @rcpsych
The slow, steady squeeze in Trust funding shows little sign of stopping. Every year it’s tougher. Coupled with raised & higher demand for services, funding seems just as far away.
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Royal College of Psychiatrists Feb 21
., Medical Director in Cornwall, says she's not certain what has happened to money intended for mental health.
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Royal College of Psychiatrists Feb 21
Tune into now to hear talking about our research into mental health trust funding - lower in real terms today than in previous years despite government assertions that mental health spending is at record levels.
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MH Challenge Feb 21
Great analysis by one of the partners of the Challenge calling on the government to ensure gets to the frontline
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Kim Catcheside Feb 21
Income in MH trusts is lower than 6 years ago despite “record” spending. Where is the ?
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RCPsychWales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Feb 21
In Wales we have welcomed the Parliamentary Review into Health & Social Care
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Aria Ferreira🌺🍃 Feb 21
Great NOT-Mental Health is getting less money now...Awful news 💔
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