Mental Health Reform calls for Plan in first 100 days

Mental Health Reform welcomes commitments to mental health in the 2011 Programme for Government – and calls for an executive structure, implementation plan and resourcing for delivery of these commitments within the new government’s first 100 days.

Mental Health Reform calls on the Government to:

1. An Accountable Structure
2. A Published Plan
3. Financial Commitment
4. Establish the Cross Departmental Group on Mental Health
5. Agree to legislation.

See the full response here:

Mental Health Reform calls for Plan in ‘first 100 days’

View our most recent press release Call for Mental Health Plan in first 100 days of Government


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