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A new mental health campaign launched by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, has been covered on BBC Breakfast this morning:

“People living near the Grenfell Tower are being encouraged to talk about their mental health as part of a new drive to support those struggling to come to terms with the disaster.  The campaign hopes to help people, led by Kensington and Chelsea Council, health agencies and charities.  Experts believe some people who witnessed the tragedy could be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.”  BBC Breakfast (BBC London 7.29am)  

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