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Children and young people's mental health campaigns

We are campaigning to make sure every child or young person gets the mental health care they deserve.

Our current campaigns

Educating Mental Health

From September 2020 to April 2021, we held an inquiry into the experiences of young people in England who have been affected by mental health problems while at secondary school. This summer, we will be publishing a report setting out recommendations for the UK Government and schools on how to ensure every young person struggling with their mental health can get the support they need.

Learn more about Educating Mental Health

Fund the Hubs

Our #FundTheHubs campaign is calling on the UK Government to fund a network of early support hubs across England – to ensure young people aged 11–25 have somewhere to go when they first start to struggle with their mental health.

Support our Fund the Hubs campaign

Join our Youth Voice Network

Get involved and shape our work in England and Wales. We want to hear from young people with and without personal experience of having mental health problems. You just need to be between the ages of 11 and 24, and be ready to make a difference.

Join our Youth Voice Network

Information and support

For young people

If you are a young person looking for mental health and wellbeing support, you can read more in our information hub.

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For parents and carers

Are you a parent or carer who is unsure about how best to support a young person? This information is for you.

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For teachers

If you are a teacher or educator, we have resources available to help you support your pupils as well as yourself.

Other ways to get involved

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