Protest calls for improvements in children's mental health services

Protest calls for improvements in children's mental health services

Letters of protest have been handed into the Dáil today calling on the Government to put children's mental health at the top of their agenda.

Minister for Children Barry Andrews and the Mental Health Minister John Moloney accepted the letters from the Children's Mental Health Coalition.

The organisations are seeking a renewed commitment to revive the Government's mental health policy, entitled 'A Vision for Change'.


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