Don’t Privatise Mental Health Care for our Most Vulnerable Children

Protect Trafford Children’s Health Trafford Council (and Pennine Care) are trying to keep their plans for the most vulnerable children in the borough, away from Trafford residents.   As part of their new, vamped, Children’s Services, they plan to remove all clinical psychology support from the “Keep Families Together and Fostering Plus” (KFT & F+) … Continue reading Don’t Privatise Mental Health Care for our Most Vulnerable Children

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Manchester Deserves Better – mental health service update

You will probably know by now that all the mental health services in Manchester which were threatened with closure are to remain open.  The Manchester CCGs and Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust backed down just a couple of weeks before the services were due to be shut.  They decided not to contest legal … Continue reading Manchester Deserves Better – mental health service update

Manchester deserves better mental health services – Meeting 7th April

 Campaign meeting Thursday 7th April, 5.30pm-6.30pm, Mechanics Institute, 103 Princess Street, M1 6DD (entrance on Major Street, near Chorlton Street Bus Station and Portland Street).  (This precedes the Manchester TUC meeting to support the Junior Doctors – see below) We are organising a short meeting to discuss MMHSCT’s decision to proceed with closing 8 frontline … Continue reading Manchester deserves better mental health services – Meeting 7th April

Manchester deserves better mental health services campaign meeting, 7th March, 5.30pm

Manchester deserves better mental health services Campaign meeting: Chorlton Health Centre, 1 Nicolas Road, Chorlton, M21 9NJ Monday 7th March, 5.30pm-6.30pm  All welcome - and please pass on to anyone else who may be interested *Update on actions so far –       presentation of petition to Manchester CCG in January –       response to MMHSCT consultation (UNISON … Continue reading Manchester deserves better mental health services campaign meeting, 7th March, 5.30pm

Manchester deserves better mental health services

 UNISON, Manchester Community & Mental Health branch, is extremely concerned about the state of mental health services in Manchester.  Services and staff are near breaking point in Manchester – which is a local scandal.  It’s a national scandal too, that mental health services generally are still so poorly resourced.  We are campaigning for adequate funding, … Continue reading Manchester deserves better mental health services