The conference will seek to set out in detail where and when this money will become available as well as highlighting the support available to localities over the coming years.
In addition the conference will outline the expectations of the NHS and others, and will also seek to set out how national partners must work together in ensuring they provide the right enabling structures and frameworks to progress.
The ambition for an additional one million people to be in receipt of high-quality care by 2020/21 is a decisive and unprecedented step towards closing the treatment gap for mental health which can only be achieved through the promotion of evidence based best practice and transference of knowledge amongst all NHS settings.
The conference will seek to ensure that the foundations for implementing the five year forward view for mental health are in place with a view to benefitting people of all ages, reflecting the specific needs of all groups from children and young people through to older people.
The aim to improve mental health and wellbeing cannot solely be achieved by the NHS, and must be delivered in partnership with other local organisations including local government, housing, education, employment and the voluntary sector.
|Date/Time||Date(s) - 20/09/2017
|Location||Royal Society of Medicine|
For more information please visit the conference website.