Mythbusting in Mental Health Awareness Week

As it is Mental Health Awareness Week, I felt it important to talk about and possibly put right, some of the age old concerns and suspicions related to this thing we call ‘digital mental health’.

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Celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week

This week we’re putting the spotlight on Pause, one of our drop-in mental health services, that supports thousands of young people in Birmingham

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Awareness of stress on young people

What is stress and how does it affect the young people we deal with every day?

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Evaluating our Digital Reach programme

Our Digital Reach pilot programme is now coming to an end. Here's what we learned

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Government must do more to improve children's mental health support

The Children's Society responds to Failing a Generation select committee report on Child Mental Health Green Paper.

Highlights from the London Marathon 2018

Last weekend thousands of runners took to the streets for the hottest London marathon on record

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Child refugees aren't getting the support they need

Unaccompanied young people aren't getting the support they need once they get to the UK

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Meeting the immigration minister

Campaign Champion, Alison Smith, shares her experience of meeting with her local MP, Immigration Minister, Caroline Nokes

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Welcome focus on 'county lines' in government Serious Violence Strategy

Matthew Reed, Chief Executive of The Children’s Society, comments on measures to tackle ‘county lines’ criminal exploitation in the government’s Serious Violence Strategy.