Health bosses have been urged to listen to how patients want to see mental health services change as they decide on a future for the region’s troubled provision.
Health bosses have admitted a plan to overhaul services published in 2016 was “over optimistic” as it was revealed the budget for Norfolk and Waveney was £96m behind where it should be.
There is still time to have your say about adult mental health services in Norfolk and Waveney, with local people being urged to join the conversation to help take the plans to the “next step and make it real.”
Two areas of Norfolk have been dubbed as “crunch zones” which may not be prepared for ageing populations while at the same time suffering from an underfunded social care system.
Money could be shifted between health and social care organisations in Norfolk and Waveney under a new structure which aims to integrate different groups more effectively.
Those in charge of overhauling the region’s health service have saved £70m less than they should have done, it has been admitted.
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