People with mental health problems face significant hurdles in trying to return to employment, a survey by UK forum Focus on Mental Health has revealed.The report, led by charity the Mental Health Foundation, found that just 15 per cent of respondents were employed.Of that small group,57 per cent regard their income as low.One in four of those people surveyed said they had been unable to get help from mental health services through an inability to pay for things like transport and childcare.An associated resource pack, Poverty, Social Exclusion and Mental Health, is available from the Mental Health Foundation on 020-7535 7441. £10.