The Mental Health Foundation is asking for reassurance from the government that mental health reforms won’t be slowed down by the major health overhaul, RNZ reports. New data reveal national wait times for non-urgent mental health and addiction services over the last two years have risen across all age groups. According to Sophia Graham, the foundation had not been briefed as to how the planned health system restructure will impact reforms to mental health services.
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