Campaign to improve mental health support for young black men in prisons

Fiona Simpson
Friday, October 8, 2021

More than a third of UK adults think mental health support offered to young black men in prisons is not effective in preventing reoffending, research by a prisons charity shows.

Young black men in prisons would benefit from tailored wellbeing support, research finds. Picture: Adobe Stock
Young black men in prisons would benefit from tailored wellbeing support, research finds. Picture: Adobe Stock

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