Author: Eri Mountbatten
The key aim of this report is to help inform and improve mental health services in Ceredigion. The report argues that in order to face the challenges ahead more effectively, there needs to be a renewed drive to place the service-user at the centre of service design and delivery and that services across all sectors will need to work much closer together. The report outlines data collected from statutory, third and private sector partners between May 2012 and April 2013.
The publisher is Cyngor ar Bopeth Ceredigion Citizens Advice Bureau.
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