Essential digital services

Young people aged 16–24 are less likely to receive adequate mental health treatment and preventative support than any other age group in the UK despite a considerable increase in the number of people requesting help.

Whilst digital services have the potential to reach people more effectively at times when young people are at their most vulnerable, the services are fragmented and not often developed in collaboration with the most trusted youth mental health organisations in the UK. Our programme will listen to what the real issues may be, why these challenges have come about and if we can partner to help improve the system.

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