Mental health survey
Clare Haughey MSP has encouraged constituents in Rutherglen and Cambuslang to respond to an open Scottish Government consultation on mental health services.
The government are seeking views on how mental health services can be improved over the next decade.
Responses are welcome from any organisation or individual with an interest in mental health, or with an experience of services. These will contribute towards the formation of the 10- year Mental Health Strategy in Scotland to be released late this year.
Ms Haughey, herself a former mental health nurse, said: “With the first dedicated minister for mental health and this open consultation process, it’s clear the Scottish Government is committed to looking at how services can be improved. An additional £ 150million has also been devoted to improving services over the next five years.
“There is an encouraging national conversation including a focus on how prevention and early intervention services can be enhanced.”