Mental Health

Health written question – answered on 7th April 2005.

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Photo of Andrew Rosindell Andrew Rosindell Vice-Chair, Conservative Party

To ask the Secretary of State for Health what funding his Department has allocated to telephone support lines for people with mental illness in each of the last five years.

Photo of Rosie Winterton Rosie Winterton The Minister of State, Department of Health

Over the last five years, the Department has allocated a total of £6,837,986 to telephone support lines for people with mental health problems. Details of which are broken down by year in the following table.

Allocation (£)
2000–01 889,980
2001–02 894,000
2002–03 1,092,006
2003–04 2,051,000
2004–05 1,911,000

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molijana
Posted on 14 Apr 2005 12:23 am (Report this annotation)

I would like rosie winterton to actually breakdown the figures for the help lines and give some examples of which ones the money went to.....were the monies given to the large charities i.e. rethink, sane, mind etc and if so how much did they get in comparison to the smaller voluntary run help lines....I am especially interested in kent's help lines...
many thanx
molijana