Our #FightingFor Campaign
We’re #FightingFor a new era for young people’s mental health, where help is available to every young person who reaches out.Find Out More
See what we’re campaigning on, how to get involved and explore how our campaigns have made a difference to children and young people’s mental health.
We’re #FightingFor a new era for young people’s mental health, where help is available to every young person who reaches out.
Wise Up, calls on the new Government to rebalance the education system so that the wellbeing of students is as important as academic achievement.
Good inpatient care acts as a lifeline to many young people with mental health problems. But in some cases, young people can be trapped in inappropriate hospitals or be subjected to dangerous forms of restraint. Help us change this.
We're calling on the Government, NHS and local authorities to provide better support for children and young people who have experienced trauma and adversity.
We’ve partnered with Beano Studios (home of The Beano comic) to create fun, engaging content for under 12’s that can help support their mental health and wellbeing.
We’ve teamed up with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry and 7 charity partners to challenge the stigma and get people talking about mental health.
Growing up today is very different from how it was 20 years ago. We've been campaigning to raise awareness of how the online world affects young people's mental health.
We’re building an online movement that helps support students through uni stress. Become a mental health campaigner at your university.
There are plenty of ways to get involved. Explore how you can become a part of the UK’s leading charity for children and young people's mental health.
Find out how you can get involved with us and help to champion young people when it comes to mental health policy and care.
If you’re aged 14 to 25, then you are key to our mission. We want to put young people at the heart of everything we do whether it’s raising awareness of mental health problems, promoting wellbeing in schools or having your say on how mental health services are delivered in the UK.