Mental Health Services

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In The News

INDEPENDENT (21st Nov 2011): Cuts are pushing mental health services to the edge, says study

BBC NEWS (14th Jun 2011): Mental health staff battle cash cuts to service

 

Known details:

Oldham Acorn Treatment & Housing Treatment and accommodation to help people recovering from addiction. Received £500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.

Rochdale Acorn Treatment & Housing Treats drug and alcohol users and assists them in achieving abstinence. Received £96,000 in 2010/11; cut by £14,825 in 2011/12.

Oldham Addiction Dependencies Solutions Works in partnership with others to prevent and deal with addiction and dependency. Received £135,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Area Based Grants.

Barnet Asian Womens Association Asian women’s mental health project, and lunch club, activities and help for elderly women. Received a total of £53,478.04 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £6,952.15 in 2011/12.

Barnet Voice for Mental Health Aims to provide a voice for users of mental health services to influence their development, and enable users and ex-users of mental health services to offer support to others experiencing mental health problems. Received £80,019.18 in 2010/11; cut by £10,402.49 in 2011/12.

Bassetlaw Association for Mental Health (MIND) Provides a focus for, and appropriate services to, individuals with mental health problems. Received £51,000 in 2010/11; cut by £40,000 in 2011/12.

Bedfordshire and Luton Mind Mental health services. Received £41,742 in 2010/11; cut by £4,174 in 2011/12.

Bedfordshire and Luton MIND Mental health services. Received £62,612 in 2010/11; cut by £6,261 in 2011/12.

Waltham Forest Black People’s Mental Health Association (BPMHA) Aims to support and empower Black people with mental health problems. Received £255,257 in 2010/11; cut by £17,909 in 2011/12.

Bromley Mind Received £6,300 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.

Carlisle CADAS Provides support throughout Cumbria to those affected by the use/misuse of alcohol, drugs and other mind affecting substances and those who are leading unhealthy lifestyles. Received £995 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.

Central Nottinghamshire Association for Mental Health (MIND)  Received £55,000 in 2010/11; cut by £25,000 in 2011/12.

Birmingham Clouds End CIC Works to help people with hoarding disorder. Funding for the ‘de-clutter bus’. Received £24,650 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.

Merton Community Drug Service for South London Services for drug users, including advice, counselling, and alternative therapies. Needle exchange. Tranquilliser withdrawal group. Relapse prevention work. Received £10,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.

Birmingham COPE: Black Mental Health Foundation Committed to providing services for Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) mental health users, carers, lone parents and families in partnership with other organisations with a duty of care. Received £9,644 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12 following cuts to Working Neighbourhoods Fund.

Portsmouth Cranstoun Drug Day Services Helps people recover from drug and alcohol dependence. Received £450,144 in 2010/11; cut by £42,000 in 2011/12.

Rochdale Early Break Offers free counselling, advice and treatment for young people who have issues regarding drugs and alcohol. Received a total of £516,037 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £88,240 in 2011/12.

East Suffolk Advocacy Network Independent, user managed organisation committed to the empowerment of mental health service users. Received £205,500 in 2010/11; cut by £20,550 in 2011/12.

East Suffolk Mind Offers community mental health resource centres. Received £725,019 in 2010/11; cut by £55,291 in 2011/12.

Central Bedfordshire Family Matters Institute Project management of targeted mental health in schools. Received £32,500 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.

Suffolk Focus 12 Provides drug and alcohol rehabilitation through both residential and day-care facilities. Received £8,000 in 2010/11; cut by £4,400 in 2011/12. 10% reduction, funding for six months of 2011/12 and can then apply to Innovation Panel for further funding.

Warwickshire Friendship Care and Housing Funding for mental health services. Received £91,809 in 2010/11; cut by £45,905 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Mental Health Area Based Grant.

Blackburn with Darwen Groundwork Funding for alcohol risk taking service, and the Future Jobs Fund. Received a total of £90,377.04 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.

Harrow Mencap Funding for family and carers’ project, inclusion and involvement project, sustainable programme, accessible directory, and school project. Received a total of £40,400 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £38,940 in 2011/12. Charity applied for £2,000 for accessible directory, having received £8,080 funding in 2010/11; this figure has been used to calculate the applicable funding reduction. No other projects have received funding.

Gloucestershire Independence Trust Mental health, drugs, and alcohol service. Received a total of £249,049 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £225,234.60 in 2011/12.

Barnet Jewish Association Mental Illness JAMI House Day Centre, open to Jewish people over the age of 18 affected by enduring mental health problems. Received £24,948.40 in 2010/11; cut by £3,243.29 in 2011/12.

Bromley KCA Works with young people who have issues around alcohol/drugs by offering advice and treatment. Received £175,799 in 2010/11; cut by £19,934 in 2011/12.

Merton Mind Offers services for two specific client groups – Adult Services for people with mental health problems aged 18-65, and elderly services for those aged over 65. Received £81,489.34 in 2010/11; cut by £53,439.34 in 2011/12.

Kensington & Chelsea Mind Support for people with mental health needs. Received £113,404 in 2010/11; cut by £63,404 in 2011/12. Figure excludes funding that has not been confirmed for 2011/12 (training and work experience funding for 2010/11).

Warwickshire Mind Mental health charity. Funding for preventative services from Rugby Mind and Springfield Mind. Received a total of £92,600 in 2010/11; cut by £26,300 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Mental Health Area Based Grant.

Barnet Mind Befriending, day services, information and advocacy. Received a total of £211,681.16 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £27,518.55 in 2011/12.

Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Advocacy Alliance (NNAA) Received £20,000 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.

Bedford POhWER Independent mental capacity advocacy service. Received £16,503 in 2010/11; cut by £8,251 in 2011/12.

Central Bedfordshire POhWER Independent mental capacity advocacy service. Received £22,692 in 2010/11; cut by £10,314 in 2011/12.

Portsmouth Mind Mental health services. Received £260,166 in 2010/11; cut by £26,000 in 2011/12.

Redcar & Cleveland Mind Provision of mental health services. Received £389,482 in 2010/11; cut by £204,384 in 2011/12.

Bedford Rethink Works to help those affected by severe mental illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depression recover a better quality of life. Funding covers advocacy and carers services Received a total of £96,977 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £9,698 in 2011/12. Two contracts, both of which will be re-tendered after six months; charity will receive six months’ pro rata funding from the £87,279 combined full-year contract value.

Somerset Rethink Mental health membership charity. Received £1,590,194.42 in 2010/11; cut by £129,904.64 in 2011/12 following cuts to Supporting People.

Warwickshire Rethink Mental health membership charity, working to help everyone affected by severe mental illness recover a better quality of life. Funding for employment, preventative and mental health services. Received a total of £313,752 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £114,791 in 2011/12 following cuts to the Mental Health Area Based Grant.

Barnet Richmond Fellowship Mental health care provider. Funding cuts mainly affect employment services. Received a total of £123,047.73 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £10,376.90 in 2011/12.

Suffolk Richmond Fellowship Mental health care charity. Funding for recovery workers and employment support. Received a total of £602,371 in 2010/11; cut by a total of £52,226 in 2011/12.

Nottinghamshire Rushcliffe Mental Health Support Group Received £1,050 in 2010/11; no funding in 2011/12.

Stockport MIND Volunteer befriending for people with mental health problems enabling carers to have a break. Received £38,437 in 2010/11; cut by £3,844 in 2011/12.

Suffolk User Forum Aims to improve the experience of those with mental health issues. Received £71,100 in 2010/11; cut by £7,110 in 2011/12.

Rochdale Together Works alongside people with mental health issues towards leading fulfilling and independent lives. Received £189,000 in 2010/11; cut by £21,351 in 2011/12.

Suffolk Together Provides a range of services for people with mental health issues. Funding for recovery workers. Received a total of £214,987 in 2010/11; cut by £21,498 in 2011/12.

Suffolk West Suffolk Mind Works to improve the lives of people with mental ill health. Received £30,000 in 2010/11; cut by £16,500 in 2011/12. 10% reduction, funding for six months of 2011/12 and can then apply to Innovation Panel for further funding.

Birmingham Woodview Community Association Funding for mental health accommodation support. Received £66,720 in 2010/11; cut by £33,360 in 2011/12.

 

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