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The links on mentalhealthcare.org.uk aim to give visitors access to relevant, evidence-based information, resources and support.
The site links to country-wide organisations that can give families the help they are seeking, or signpost them to local services, rather than linking to organisations that work in a specific locality.
mentalhealthcare.org.uk is not responsible for the content of these sites, and the inclusion of a website on the ‘Other useful websites’ page, or in one of the ‘Other useful websites’ sections (on individual pages) should not be interpreted as an endorsement of that site.
mentalhealthcare.org.uk does not link to other websites in exchange for cash, services or other considerations.
mentalhealthcare.org.uk does not link to websites that charge visitors to view their contents, or to commercial sites, or sites that carry advertising.
Please note that after 1 May 2013, mentalhealthcare.org.uk is no longer being regularly updated and this means no new links will be added. Inside Out/Novat Communication (the company commissioned by Professor Elizabeth Kuipers at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London, to develop and maintain mentalhealthcare.org.uk until 30 April 2013) will voluntarily continue to check that existing links work until the site finally closes at the end of April 2015, or until the site is redeveloped. If you spot a broken link, please email Inside Out/Novat Communication at email@example.com.
This page was updated on 24 April 2013.
There are currently no plans to update the page because existing funding for mentalhealthcare.org.uk ceases at the end of April 2013.
We will, however, continue to regularly check that all links are working.
Links on this page last checked: 24 April 2013
Next links check due: August 2013