The Beyond Places of Safety fund will focus on improving urgent mental healthcare in local areas | Department of Health
The Department of Health has launched a £15 million fund to better support people at risk of experiencing a mental health crisis.
The Beyond Places of Safety scheme aims to improve support services for those needing urgent and emergency mental healthcare. This includes conditions such as psychosis, bipolar disorder, and personality disorders that could cause people to be a risk to themselves or others.
The Beyond Places of Safety scheme will focus on:
- preventing people from reaching crisis point in the first place
- helping to develop new approaches to support people who experience a mental health crisis
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