Please send me details of the CLMH research findings when they are published
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Funded through the £20 million Department for Education (DfE) initiative that was announced in the 2014 Autumn Statement, the Community Learning Mental Health research project  has been testing out whether short, part-time community learning courses help people develop strategies to manage their mild to moderate mental health problems (like stress, worry, anxiety, and depression).

From April 2015 - July 2017, 52 learning providers in England offered people guidance, short community learning courses and refresh sessions. This part of the research ends in July. DfE expects to publish the findings from this research at the end of January 2018. 

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Catina Barrett
Co-ordinator
DfE Community Learning Mental Health Research

Email:   catina.barrett@EDUCATION.gov.uk 
Tel/text: +44 (0)7920 493 620  or (0)7388 372 231