A report on children's mental health services in Cumbria has found the system is too confusing for young people and their parents to work out who to see.
It also found waiting times were often too long and not enough money is being spent on children's mental health services.
It's a report that was ordered by Lake District MP Tim Farron after he received a number of complaints about the existing services.
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