1 in 10 young people experience mental health problems

Just as we all have physical health, we have mental health too. And just as our bodies can become unwell, so can our minds. Like physical illness, mental illness affects people of any age, race, religion or income. It is not the result of personal weakness, lack of character, or poor upbringing.

By sharing their stories people hope to challenge the stigma of mental illness and get everyone talking about an issue that can affect us all.

From Frankie Sandford to Stephen Fry, they're all helping us to end unfair treatment around mental health problems.

Free downloadable resources for those who work or volunteer with young people aged 14-18.

It's important we're there for friends. What's great is that it doesn't take a lot.

Talking about mental health can strengthen friendships, aid recovery and break down stereotypes.

Why is it that so few young people talk about mental health positively, or will admit to having mental health problems?

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