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Mental health debate to be held

Guernsey politicians are being invited to a presentation on the need to replace some of the island's mental health facilities.

The Health and Social Services Department (HSSD) will be making a presentation on the subject.

It will deliver a talk on the need to replace some facilities for people with learning disabilities, along with other facilities for mental health treatment.

The event is due to take place on 19 January at Les Cotils.

The department is due to bring a report to the States in January to provide the background information for the debate in March.

However, HSSD said it felt it would be useful to hold a presentation for politicians where further details could be given and members would have the opportunity to ask questions.

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