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Welsh Government has awarded Time to Change Wales a one-year extension to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination in WalesTime to Change Wales’ statement following funding announcement in England
The Minister for Mental Health, Wellbeing and the Welsh Language has agreed funding a 12-month extension to Phase 3 of Time to Change Wales. Welsh Government has awarded a total of £445,996 to Time to Change Wales for the continuation of core activity with a focus on better reaching socio-economically deprived communities and identifying the needs of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities in Wales with detailed audience insight, developing partnerships and testing pilot activity.
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