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Children’s mental health green paper ‘to feature joint-working duty’ | Children & Young People Now

By Sophie Eminson and Neil Puffett | 24 October 2017 | Children & Young People Now

Expectations could be placed on education and health services to work together in both schools and health settings as part of efforts to boost support for young people facing mental health difficulties, it has emerged.

Read full piece at source: Children’s mental health green paper ‘to feature joint-working duty’ | Children & Young People Now

Also in the news: Government advisers moot virtual mental health lead for looked-after children

By Neil Puffett | 19 October 2017 | Children & Young People Now

A single person at every council across England should be made responsible for championing the mental health needs of looked-after children, a group of experts established by government has said.

Read full piece at source: Government advisers moot virtual mental health lead for looked-after children

 

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