Government to invest £290m in mental health support for mothers

Neil Puffett
Monday, January 11, 2016

The government will invest £290m to improve mental health services for new mothers, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced.

Government has said 30,000 more women each year will have access to specialist mental healthcare before and after having their baby. Picture: Lucy Carlier
Government has said 30,000 more women each year will have access to specialist mental healthcare before and after having their baby. Picture: Lucy Carlier

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