Amplify - children and young people's mental health survey
Amplify, the Office of the Children's Commissioner's advisory group, have launched a survey about mental health.
The survey has been developed for 11-21 year olds to find out where young people go for information, help and advice if they have a mental health need or worry. The advisory group developed the survey as they want to improve the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people across England.
Amplify's report from this work will compare what children and young people tell us with what organisations and service providers say and do. It will make recommendations to the Government, organisations and service providers on where and how children and young people can better access information, help and advice regarding mental health.
The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and the closing date for responses is Sunday 8 February. Personal details are not being collected, individual responses are confidential and the data is held securely.
Please share this information, and the following link, with your networks and the children and young people you work with.
Access the survey here: www.amplifyyourviews.co.uk
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