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Leading organisations join forces to call on the Government to invest in early support for young people’s mental health
The campaign, campaign, Fund The Hubs, is calling for better access to early mental health support through a network of early support hubs for young people.
Urgent action needed to tackle long-term impact of the pandemic on young people with mental health problems - new report
In the latest survey investigating the mental health impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus, young people with mental health problems say they have found the latest lockdown harder to cope with than previous ones
YoungMinds responds to NCB and UCL figures on children and young people’s mental health
NCB and UCL have published research showing that one in six report severe mental health problems at the age of 17. Emma Thomas, Chief Executive of YoungMinds, comments on these findings.
YoungMinds responds to NHS figures on children and young people’s mental health
NHS Digital and The Office for National Statistics have published research showing that one in six children and young people had a probable mental health problem in July 2020. Emma Thomas, Chief Executive of YoungMinds, comments on these findings.
Schools need urgent funding to prevent mental health crisis – new report
In the latest survey investigating the mental health impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus, young people with mental health problems say they are struggling to cope as they return to secondary school.
Our open letter to Gavin Williamson on supporting the mental health of young people returning to school
We wrote to Gavin Williamson about supporting young people's mental health as they return to school this autumn.
Mental health ‘much worse’ for many young people with mental health needs – new report
Young people with mental health needs are under increasing pressure and struggling to get the right support as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report by YoungMinds.
UK charities come together to address hate speech on social media
This July, Facebook’s policies for addressing hate speech are under increasing global scrutiny as big businesses boycott advertising on the platform. But the reality is that this is a problem for any organisation which uses their platforms.