There is currently considerable debate in the UK as to the preferred model of services for adults with an acute mental health problem. Most of this debate has focused on the apparent benefits of the various models. Little research has been undertaken, however, on the financial costs of the models. This paper attempts to present some initial costs for both innovative and standard models of service. It is intended to generate thought about the scale and nature of the financial costs entailed in different models of service.
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