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Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership urges rejection of £1.6 million funding cut to mental health services

The Oxford Mail has reported on Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership’s open letter, warning county councillors of the threat caused by the proposed cut.

Oxfordshire Mind, alongside the other organisations forming the Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership advised, ‘It is false to believe that we can tighten our belts further. We have made every cut we can possibly make in every area of our operations. Our staff soldier on with dedication, but struggle daily with diminishing resources.’

‘You cannot make an efficient service more efficient by imposing further cuts.’

Read the Oxford Mail’s report in full here.

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