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    People living in Derby who are struggling with their mental health are being encouraged to use local support services to help manager their condition.

    For Mental Health Awareness Week Derbyshire County Council are backing the initiative by highlighting the range of services available to help people deal with conditions such as anxiety and depression, reports The Burton Mail.

    The council’s strategic director for health and communities David Lowe said: “We have a range of services available throughout the county to help people with any mental health issues they may be facing and urge residents to make use of them for support and advice.”

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    May 08, 2015 by Laura Matthews Categories: Mental Health

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