70,000 people in Somerset suffer from mental health problems

70,000 people in Somerset suffer from mental health problems

70,000 people in Somerset suffer from mental health problems

First published in News

FAMILY doctors are asking people to comment on how to address stress, depression and anxiety as figures show around 70,000 people in the county have mental health problems.

The Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group has published its ‘Joint Mental Health and Wellbeing Five Year Strategy’ and is inviting views from the public.

You can complete the on-line survey here.

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10:28pm Thu 6 Feb 14

Marganita says...

T hanks to The Somerset County Gazette and The Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group I am now in a real state of mental collapse! Have just tried to fill in the form which evaluates mental health in Somerset only to find the FOOLS have got it wrong. Sorry, it is curtains. This is the final, bitter straw to have broken the poor camel's back.
PLONKERS!
T hanks to The Somerset County Gazette and The Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group I am now in a real state of mental collapse! Have just tried to fill in the form which evaluates mental health in Somerset only to find the FOOLS have got it wrong. Sorry, it is curtains. This is the final, bitter straw to have broken the poor camel's back. PLONKERS! Marganita
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