One in four children seeking mental health support rejected for treatment


More than a quarter of children referred to mental health services are being denied help despite extra government funding to improve access, according to latest figures from child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS).

One in four young people have been denied mental health treatment, new figures show. Picture: Shutterstock
One in four young people have been denied mental health treatment, new figures show. Picture: Shutterstock

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