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CQC: Are we listening?

REVIEW OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, Published March 2018

"This report describes the findings of our independent review of the system of services that support children and young people’s mental health. It draws on evidence gathered from fieldwork in 10 health and wellbeing board areas in England, during which we spoke with children, young people, parents, families, carers and staff working across the system, reviewed local policies and plans, and tracked how individual children and young people moved through the system. In total, across phase two of our work, we spoke with more than 1,300 people through focus groups and one-to-one interviews."

"The commitment and dedication we saw of so many people working across the different services that support children and young people’s mental health must be celebrated. In every one of the 10 areas we visited, we found examples of good or innovative practice. We came across countless passionate people, working hard to support the children, young people, parents, families and carers in their care."

READ THE RESPORT IN FULL HERE

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8 March 2018

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