Jayne Lutwyche, from Cardiff
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Cardiff woman's difficulty accessing mental health help

A warning about inconsistencies in mental health patient outcomes has been raised in a charity's report.

It follows the introduction of the Mental Health (Wales) Measure in 2012 which aims to improve the treatment of people with mental health problems.

Since then, Gofal has asked more than 3,600 people about their experiences and said "we are far from job done".

The Welsh Government said 90% of patients evaluated the services "very positively".

Jayne Lutwyche, from Cardiff, told BBC Wales about her difficulty accessing mental health treatment with GPs.

  • 04 Jul 2016
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