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How far has the Mental Illness Specific Grant (MISG) contributed to the improvement and expansion of social care services for people with mental health problems? Funding has increased by a third for the 1995/6 period. What lessons can be learnt from past use to ensure that the best use of funding is made in the future? This report uses official returns on the use of the grant, reports of Social Services Inspectorate visits to local authorities and projects, and a research study into the views of users. The report aims to attract a wide readership from all those involved in planning, managing, delivering and receiving MISG services.
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