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Young people in coastal areas 'less able to access mental health support

Children with mental health problems in many coastal areas across Britain are less able to access support despite having greater need, according to evidence submitted to a parliamentary inquiry. “Rural areas also suffer from a lack of access to child psychotherapists, who are available mainly in urban areas and the south of England."  Read the full article from Children and Young People Now, where the ACP response to he House of Lords select committee on regenerating seaside towns was featured here

The ACP's full response to the inquiry can be read here