How to look after your mental health in prison

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Mental Health Foundation
Mental Health Foundation
Date of publication
7 March 2019
Mental health services, Offenders, Young Offenders
Social welfare
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This is a mental health guide written for prisoners.

It provides practical advice on how to combat substance abuse, depression and bereavement, and suggests a number of remedies including meditation, mindfulness and relaxation.

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