Friday, 2 June 2017

Pupils risking their lives as mental health services collapse

Pupils risking their lives as mental health services collapse  Funding cuts to mental health services have made thresholds for treatment so high that young people are risking their lives in desperate bids to get help, Tes can reveal. Stretched children and adolescent mental health services (Camhs) are driving growing numbers of pupils to make what look like suicide attempts just so they can have their mental illness treated. TES News

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Teenagers are attempting suicide to access health services Mail Online.

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