Daughter treated for mental health 200 miles from home
People with mental health problems are being sent distant from home for treatment, with some carrying to transport hundreds of miles.
Of a 25 patients being changed some-more than 186 miles (300km) for a bed any month, Cornwall accounts for about 10 of these.
Pol Hodge is from Cornwall and his daughter Chloe is being treated during an adult trickery in Pontypridd, Wales, 200 miles (322km) away.
He said: “We distributed we have trafficked around a universe one a half times visiting Chloe in a final 3 and a half years.
“It’s terrible since it binds adult her recovery. Regular visits from friends and family are an critical partial of a process, though it isn’t probable when she is so distant away. It’s impossibly disruptive though there isn’t a place for her in Cornwall.”
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