§ Jacqui Smith
The number of first contacts with patients aged 65 and over by community psychiatric nurses is set out in the table.
Community psychiatric nurses—number of first contacts with patients aged 65 and over, 1996–97 to 2000–01 Thousand Number of persons 1996–97 146 1997–98 152 1998–99 162 1999–2000 158 2000–01 154
Further information about patient contacts with community psychiatric nurses is contained in the statistical report "Patient care in the community, Community Psychiatric Nursing, summary information for 2000–01, England". A copy of the summary is in the Library and also available on the Department website at www.doh.gov.uk/public/kc570001.
Older people also receive other community-based psychiatric services, either as well as or separately from services from community psychiatric nurses, but information is not available on the numbers receiving other services.
§ Jacqui Smith
[holding answer 17 June 2002]: Over the period 1998–99 to 2003–04 the Department has awarded funding of £627,428 through the Section 64 general scheme of grants to the following mental health voluntary organisations to support national projects that are designed to help improve employment opportunities for people with mental health problems.
what financial resources will be needed to complete this work by March 2004; 
(2) how many of the new one-stop primary care centres will have been (a) started and (b) completed by 1 April; and what financial resources will be needed to complete this work by March 2004. 157W
§ Mr. Hutton
Data are collected only on completed premises developments and associated capital spend. As set out in the NHS Plan, up to £1 billion will be invested in the primary care infrastructure to refurbish substantially or replace up to £3,000 general practitioners' (GP) premises and develop 500 one-stop primary care centres. Outturn figures for 31 March 2002 show that 1,098 GP premises were refurbished or replaced, and 70 one-stop primary care centres were in place.