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Norfolk and Suffolk’s NHS mental health services merged in 2012 and must save about £40m over four years
Funding cuts in Norfolk and Suffolk show the government is failing to put mental and physical health on an equal footing, campaigners say.
Mainstream hospitals in the two counties have seen budgets rise by 15% since 2010, while mental health service funding has fallen by 3%.
The Campaign to Save Mental Health Services in Norfolk and Suffolk said the cuts were “devastating”.
A replica village, complete with shops, a post office and a village green, has been built to help dementia sufferers help bring some of their memories.
Former Waveney MP, Bob Blizzard speaking at a rally
Former Waveney MP, Bob Blizzard speaking at a rally to sending a message to the government and the Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust to think again on proposals for cuts to local mental health care services. Picture: James Bass
Adam Gretton, Health correspondent Thursday, May 29, 2014
Mental health bosses have warned that Norfolk and Suffolk does not have the capacity to cope with a looming increase in dementia cases after beds and staffing numbers were cut by 45pc.