Our policy hub is home to our reports on children and young people's mental health policy.
Children's Mental Health Funding: Where Is It Going?
In 2015, the Government committed to an extra £1.4 billion to CAMHS over five years. We have carried out a series of Freedom of Information requests to find out where it's going.
We’re calling on the Government and NHS to provide better children’s mental health services for young people who have gone through difficult experiences.
Safety Net Report: Impact of Cyberbullying on Children's Mental Health
Alex Chalk, MP for Cheltenham, set up an Inquiry into the impact of cyberbullying on children and young people’s mental health, in partnership with YoungMinds and The Children’s Society.
Wise Up: Prioritising Wellbeing in Schools
We’re calling on the Government to rebalance the education system so that the wellbeing of students is considered as important as academic achievement.
Resilience for the Digital World
Our research into children and young people’s social and emotional wellbeing online.
Childhood Adversity, Substance Misuse and Young People's Mental Health
We're calling on mental health commissioners to take action when it comes to childhood adversity, substance use and mental health.
Stop the Leak
Research reveals that many of those in charge of CAMHS at a local level are spending funding on different services.
Transforming CAMHS from the Ground Up
A report on the CAMHS Transformation Clinical Champions Project, which aimed to deliver face to face and online learning to support and enable long term CAMHS transformation across England.