(From Leicester Mercury)
Plans to help more people with mental health problems to find a job have been welcomed.
A Government review has put forward plans to have mental health co-ordinators in jobcentres and set up helplines for businesses struggling to support staff with problems.
Depression or anxiety affects one in six people at some point in their lives.
The new 10-year strategy aims to prevent and treat mental health problems.
Julian Harrison, 41, from Wigston, who was diagnosed with depression and obsessive compulsive disorder as a boy, welcomed the strategy - drawn up with the help of the charity Mind.
Julian said work …