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10 January 2017

Transforming attitudes to mental health

We spoke to BBC Wiltshire today (Tuesday 10 January) about child and adolescent mental healthcare services following Prime Minister Theresa May's speech to the charity commission on transforming attitudes to mental health this week.

James Fortune, who leads on children and young people's mental health improvement for Wiltshire Council and the Clinical Commissioning Group, spoke about the work already going on in Wiltshire to help children and young people cope with mental health issues including delivering a Youth Mental Health First Aid training programme across our schools.

The interview is at 1:26.

Last updated: 10 January 2017 | Last reviewed: 10 January 2017

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