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Mental Health Watch

Our Mental Health Watch campaign was launched in October 2015. Its aims are to reduce the stigma around mental health issues, raise awareness as well as campaign for improved services in Norfolk and Suffolk, where the trust is in special measures.

Students have been accused by Norfolk health chiefs of potentially "doing more harm than good" with a mental health campaign highlighting deaths at the University of East Anglia (UEA).

The bereaved parents of a 19-year-old from Cromer have joined forces with a mental health charity to encourage those in danger to seek help.

People living with mental health issues can now receive a lifeline of support to get back into work thanks to a new service.

Dr Richard Gorrod, a GP for 30 years, found himself curled up in a ball on the floor and unable to function.

It is a year since inspectors slammed the region's mental health service for making patients wait too long for help. This week they are back. Has anything changed?

Health care boss admits sending mental health patients out of Norfolk and Suffolk for treatment is "distressing".

School children dressed up in yellow to show their support for young people's mental health.

Norwich City defender Timm Klose has opened up about a battle with mental health which saw him turn to drink aged just 13 and break down after matches.

Mental health education is a priority for children and teenagers and should be taught in schools.

Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran teams up with the Duke of Sussex for World Mental Health Day, urging people to look out for anybody that might be suffering in silence.

A former fashion designer who quit her job due to burnout and a professor of psychology are set to speak at a Norwich event about solving the mental health crisis.

A mental health ward at a Norwich hospital has been reopened as an assessment and inpatient unit.

Campaigners for better mental health provisions say more needs to be done to protect the regions's most vulnerable patients from being sent hundreds of miles away for treatment.

A therapist from Norwich is planning an innovative way to raise awareness of mental health issues on World Mental Health Day - including comedy about her own illness.

How do we solve a problem as severe and wide-ranging as the nation's mental health crisis?

A doctor was marched from a mental health hospital last week after staff members reported concerns.

Increasing complaints about how older and disabled people are being cared for in Norfolk has triggered a call for the council to carry out an urgent review.

Children's wards at a mental health hospital will shut down after inspectors raised concerns about a lack of staff.

A student quit the University of East Anglia and headed home to New Zealand because she had to wait for too long to get help with suicidal thoughts.

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