Government set to boost mental health services for children in care

Neil Puffett
Thursday, February 4, 2016

Support for children and young people in care who are experiencing mental health problems is set to be boosted after the government pledged to set out exactly what services they can expect to receive.

Health minister Alistair Burt says an expert group will develop care pathways to meet the needs of looked-after children with mental health problems. Picture: Newscast Online
Health minister Alistair Burt says an expert group will develop care pathways to meet the needs of looked-after children with mental health problems. Picture: Newscast Online

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