Friday, 25 November 2016

Meeting the need: what makes a 'good' JSNA for mental health or dementia?

Meeting the need: what makes a 'good' JSNA for mental health or dementia? This research outlines how mental health needs assessments can prompt concerted action to improve wellbeing and life chances in local communities. It explores how five local councils across England went about understanding the mental health needs of their communities and taking action to meet them more effectively. It finds that joint strategic needs assessments (JSNAs) for mental health and dementia can help to direct investment, to improve services and to help local agencies work together more effectively. Centre for Mental Health

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