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One in four waiting three months or more for mental health help

Experts warn impact of pandemic could cause even longer waits NHS treatment

One in four people with mental health problems has to wait at least three months to start NHS treatment, and some do not get help for four years, new research reveals.

The delays are leading to patients ending up in A&E, seeing their mental health decline and experiencing problems with their work, finances or relationship.

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