A mental health facility is a hospital with a suite of medical equipment and staff who offer treatment and counselling to people with mental health conditions.
These facilities are called mental health insurance.
The government will provide a new mental health benefit for people in receipt of this kind of care in 2020.
This is because the costs of care are rising in London.
According to the Department for Work and Pensions, mental health costs have risen by £9.4 billion since 2012.
The number of people receiving mental health care has fallen from over 6.6 million in 2012 to just over 4 million in 2020, according to the Office for National Statistics.
The rise in costs has been linked to the introduction of mental health charges, which are now introduced for a number of charges, including for substance misuse, but also for mental health disorders such as schizophrenia.
The introduction of charges has increased the cost of mental care by around £2.5 billion since 2016.
The Office for Budget Responsibility has estimated that in 2020-21, mental care costs will be around £1.9 billion higher than they were in 2016-17.
The cost of care The government has announced that it will cover the costs to the NHS from 2020-22 of: • A £1,500 increase in mental health benefits for people who have been living with mental illness for a year or more • A 2.7% increase in the amount of mental healthcare benefits that people are eligible for from 2020.
• A 1.8% increase for people living with a mental illness that is considered to be life threatening.
The health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, said in a speech to parliament in January that the increase would make mental health services a priority for the government.
Mental health care is a huge investment for the NHS.
According for a 2017 study by NHS Digital, mental healthcare costs are one of the highest in the health system, coming in at just over £17.3 billion.
In the last three years, the costs for the National Health Service have risen nearly four times as fast as the overall rate of inflation.
It’s been reported that the NHS spent around £3 billion on mental health and wellbeing programmes in the 2017-18 financial year.
Mental illness has a devastating effect on people’s lives.
Mental illnesses can lead to poor mental health outcomes, including suicide and anxiety disorders.
This means that there is no easy way to get mental health support for people with the condition.
The costs of mental illness can be huge and vary from person to person.
The NHS has been criticised for not paying for care for people diagnosed with mental illnesses when they seek it out.
This has resulted in thousands of people being denied mental health treatment.
The mental health system is often in crisis and people need help to access it.
If mental health is a priority, the government should not be charging for care.