Mental Health Minister pledges £3million ‘helping hand’ to most vulnerable in the pandemic

Additional funding of nearly £3million will support some of the most vulnerable mental health service users in Wales during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Minister for Mental Health and Wellbeing Eluned Morgan has vowed to provide a ‘helping hand’ to those looking for work, permanent accommodation, who may be struggling with mental health or substance misuse problems in the midst of this pandemic.

The additional funding will provide early, targeted support, for the most vulnerable individuals in a preventative capacity to reduce the escalation of often complex needs.

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