Improving Mental Health in the Northern Ireland Civil Service

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Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

Has the Department of Health and Social Care in London been asked for or given the Department of Health in Belfast any advice on how to deal with the widespread effects of official, traditional, old-style Ulster lifelong targeting, ostracism, defamation, bullying, harassment and silencing of people?

My reason for writing is that, because of this problem, Mental Health services in Belfast are known to be at their wit's end with the heaviest psychiatric medication usage in the world and an enormous unfilled need for new psychiatrists.

Can we please have a copy of any advice or correspondence on this subject?

Good Luck. With all best wishes.

AIDAN QUINN

Yours faithfully,

AIDAN QUINN

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Please find attached the Department's response to your recent FOI request.

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