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Shaping Mental Health Services

30th March 2006

Cornwall Partnership Trust is holding a second consultation to consider how it may develop the way adult mental health services are delivered in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

The Trust provides mental health and learning disability services and hopes to gain the views and opinions of local people, staff, service users and carers on its proposals to modernise adult mental health services.

The proposals will enable the Trust to provide services to an increasing number of people in the county whilst remaining within budget which it has achieved consistently over the last three years.

Lorna Watt, Programme Manager, said they provide services for some of the most vulnerable people in the community. As the Trust plan to make substantial changes to mental health services for adults they want to give local people the opportunity to be involved in shaping those services.
 

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