If you are the parent carer for a disabled child or you provide unpaid care and support to a Reading adult (18 years+), you may be eligible for Carer's Support from Reading Borough Council's Social Care Services or Brighter Futures for Children. How to get an…
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- Out of hours emergency response service for mental health crisis (9.00pm to 9.00am / 7 days a week)
- The Reading Community Mental Health Team provides healthcare services to people (18 + years) with severe and enduring mental health problems (schizophrenia; bi-polar affective disorder; severe depression; psychosis and severe personality disorder) and their carers. This could be in the form of Psychological support, medical…Prospect HouseProspect Park HospitalHoney End LaneReadingRG30 4EJ
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