Have your say on mental health services

Aileen Campbell MSP is urging Clydesdale people to take part in the consultation
Aileen Campbell MSP is urging Clydesdale people to take part in the consultation

Clydesdale MSP Aileen Campbell is appealing to constituents to respond to an open Scottish Government consultation on mental health services.

The Scottish Government is 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, to contribute towards the formulation of a 10-year mental health strategy for Scotland.

“It’s clear the Scottish Government is committed to looking at how services can be improved,” said the SNP MSP.

“An additional £150m has also been devoted to improving services over the next five years. This is a great opportunity to put your views across to directly contribute to a long-term strategy.”