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Working in the NHS – the state of children’s services report launched – BACP Media Centre

The recent Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision: a Green Paper even admitted that the worst case scenario was that some young people are waiting 100 weeks for treatment in a children and young people’s mental health service, while the latest data shows that in 2016/17 the average wait for treatment in a children and young people’s mental health service was 12 weeks.

Shocking findings show that 84% of NHS therapists say that children have needed to have increasingly severe levels of illness in order to get help over the past five years. 

https://www.bacp.co.uk/media/?newsId=4158

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