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Improving mental health support for children in care

Alison O’Sullivan explores the role of corporate parenting at a time of increased focus on meeting the mental health needs of children in the UK, making the case for improved mental health support for children in the care of the state as an important part of the solution.

Read the full piece at source: IMPROVING MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN IN THE CARE OF THE UK STATE

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Briefing by the Children’s Commissioner: Children’s Mental Healthcare in England

Welcome development for Care Leavers: New duties to provide additional support to the children that used to be in their care: Great News for Care Leavers

Care Quality Commission: Review of children and young people’s mental health services: Phase one report

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