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Improving Services to People with Mental Health Difficulties

Skills for Life Network

Information about a new project aimed at improving services to people with mental health difficulties.

Key project activities in the North East to March 2009 are outlined in the overview document.

  • Practical support for work-based learning organisations
  • Embedding mental health awareness into quality improvement
  • Developing new partnerships to create progression pathways
  • Sharing information about your project or experiences with the Learning Network

For further information contact Ann Creed, Regional Project Officer (Mental Health)
Ann.creed@niace.org.uk or ann.creed@lsc.gov.uk
www.niace.org.uk/mentalhealth
07920 493 615

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