Citizens Advice Bureau – Roadblock to Recovery

“This report highlights mental health practitioners’ experience of dealing with people’s practical problems, and what this means for people’s experience of care.

Practical problems are part of everyday life, but also can be life-changing events, such as losing one’s job or caring for an unwell relative.

Mental health services are seeing an increase in clients with practical problems, taking up significant clinical time. Clients often struggle to attend their appointments, or complete their course of treatment, and as a result, struggle to recover from their mental health problems.

The impact of practical problems is severe for clients, practitioners and mental health services.

Read the full report here” 

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