‘Overstretched’ services unable to meet ‘challenging’ needs of young refugees


“Overstretched” children’s mental health services in the South East will be “unable to meet the challenging needs” of the increasing numbers of young unaccompanied asylum seekers arriving in the region, according to regional managers.

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