We need to address the socioeconomic causes of mental health issues if we really want to tackle the problem. The Independent.
Published May 22, 2018
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- We need to address the socioeconomic causes of mental health issues if we really want to tackle the problem. The Independent.
- ‘Life After Bereavement’. Monthly group (every fourth Sunday of month) from Wirral Connect at Wirral Evolutions, Grove Road, Wallasey (NEW VENUE).
- I’ve been in and out of psychiatric hospitals for 20 years – it’s no surprise that patients are being abused while detained under the Mental Health Act. Dr Jay Watts in The Independent.
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