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Newcastle headspace is pushing for $1.7 million in additional funding to help thousands of young people needing mental health support

Anita Beaumont
By Anita Beaumont
Updated May 18 2022 - 7:13am, first published 7:00am
Funding fears: Newcastle MP Sharon Claydon said Newcastle headspace hasn't received a funding guarantee. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

NEWCASTLE headspace is facing a 40 per cent cut to its current funding despite "unprecedented" demand for its youth mental health services.

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Anita Beaumont

Anita Beaumont

Journalist

Anita Beaumont is a health and general news reporter at the Newcastle Herald.

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