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Research Claims Mental Health Spending Has Fallen Since 2012 Despite Increased Demand

Buzzfeed News -------- Research from the Royal College of Psychiatrists has found that despite government claims that mental health spending is at “record” levels, mental health trusts have less money to spend on patient care in real terms than they did in 2012. The college is calling for trusts to be given more money and for better ways of tracking where mental health money is being spent, and said it fears some of that funding is failing to reach the front line. According to the analysis, based on the latest available figures, the annual income of mental health trusts in England is lower than it was in 2011-12 once inflation is taken into account. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

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