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The Welsh Government has announced the creation of a special dedicated support line to help those returning home from the recent terror attacks in Tunisia.
22 wards of 51 units in Wales were visited in late November and December of 2014.
Arrangements for resolving disputes about mental health aftercare services involving local authorities in England and Wales.
A review of talking treatments have been commissioned.
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One of our priorities is to improve the mental health and well-being of people in Wales.

We aim to ensure that mental health services are of the highest quality.

We are:

  • implementing the Mental Health (Wales) Measure to ensure that care is focused on people’s needs
  • ensuring the improvements in mental health services and wider wellbeing outlined in the ‘Together for Mental Health’ delivery plan are achieved -this will be monitored by the National Partnership Board
  • delivering the relevant commitments in the Programme for Government 2011-16.

If you need help, advice or support for you, a friend or a relative, please see the help and advice line page.