May 2009
Community Care;5/14/2009, Issue 1770, p7
The article presents news briefs related to community care in Great Britain. The charity Mind said a mental health strategy for men needed to be urgently developed to combat their reluctance to seek help for their problems. The British Association for Adoption and Fostering has launched a campaign to tackle negative attitudes towards same sex adoption. An inquiry has been launched into levels of discrimination against benefit claimants with mental health problems by Jobcentre Plus staff.


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