Mental health statistics for England: prevalence, services and funding

House of Commons | April 2018 | Mental health statistics for England: prevalence, services and funding

The House of Commons Library have issued a research briefing on Mental health statistics for England: prevalence, services and funding.  The most recent survey into adult mental health in England was conducted in 2014, which highlighted the prevalence of common mental disorders (CMDs), such as generalised anxiety disorder, depression or obsessive compulsive disoder, which have increased since 1993.  Figures suggest as many as 1 in 6 over 16s will experience a CMD every week.

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Image source: researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk 

The briefing paper Mental health statistics for England: prevalence, services and funding can be accessed from the House of Commons Library 

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