Mental Health Strategy for Scotland

The Scottish Government is consulting on its plans to produce a 4-year national strategy for mental health for Scotland.  The Government wants to create a more joined-up approach to mental health policy, and the consultation therefore brings together its work on mental health improvement, mental illness prevention, and work to improve mental health services. The consultation identifies a number of high-level outcomes that the Government wants to achieve, and highlights what has already been achieved and where there is still work to do. You can read a summary of the consultation paper and Lead Scotland’s response by clicking on the links on the right-hand side of this page.

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