Prioritise mental health support for children in care, demands charity

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Urgent action is being called for to prioritise the mental health needs of looked-after children and care leavers before they reach crisis point, a new report says.

Children in care are four times more likely to develop a mental health difficulty, a new report says. Image: Looked After Minds
Children in care are four times more likely to develop a mental health difficulty, a new report says. Image: Looked After Minds

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