§ Mr. Michael
To ask the Secretary of State for Wales how much money was allocated in the 1990–91 financial year(a) specifically to support the implementation of the all-Wales strategy on mental illness and (b) for other work in connection with mental illness (i) to each local authority in Wales, (ii) to voluntary organisations in each local authority area and (iii) to voluntary organisations in Wales as a whole.
§ Mr. Nicholas Bennett
In addition to the record level of resources being spent on these services by health and social 43W services authorities from their mainstream allocations, a total of £3.09 million of mental illness strategy funding and £1.34 million of other funding for mental illness services was allocated in 1990–91. Allocations were predominantly to district health authorities. Mental illness strategy funding to social services authorities and local voluntary organisations was as follows:
Social Services Authorities £ Voluntary Organisations £ Clwyd 60,000 36,647 Dyfed 58,486 — Gwent 10,700 214,600 Gwynedd 72,284 71,079 Mid Glamorgan 86,000 107,500 Powys 65,740 47,740 South Glamorgan 2,431 111,939 West Glamorgan 111,000 3,800
A total of £178,205 was allocated to voluntary organisations operating on an all-Wales basis.
Information on the allocation of non-strategy mental illness funding between recipient agencies could be provided only at disproportionate cost.