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Have your say on reducing waiting times for children and young people’s mental health services

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  • Author: alexmantle

Solving Together is a partnership that enables lots of people with different ideas and views to put forward ideas.

Access to community mental health services is increasing, but some children and young people are facing long wait times. For the first time, the NHS is launching an online conversation on this important subject.

They want to hear and learn from as many people as possible about how to address these challenges – including professionals, children and young people and their families – so our NHS services can be improved.

You can add your ideas from 9 October through to 3 November.

Follow the links below to get involved with the conversations:

Or you can access the main site here for more information.

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