13 Dec 2013
Parents Helpline Christmas Appeal
YoungMinds is asking for your support this Christmas so that we can help the 850,000 children in the UK suffering from a mental health disorder.
12 Dec 2013
Fundraising for YoungMinds: Valefest
YoungMinds would like to thank everyone involved in Valefest for their unbelievable efforts in raising awareness and funds for us.
11 Dec 2013
TV company seeks families for documentary
An independent television company is looking for families concerned about their child’s behaviour for a documentary linking struggling families with a team of professionals.
10 Dec 2013
YM launches report on offending and mental health
Very few improvements have been made in relation to services for young people in the criminal justice system with mental health problems over the last two decades, according to a report published today by YoungMinds and the Transition to Adulthood Allianc
9 Dec 2013
Fundraising in memory of Pauline Swatridge
YoungMinds would like to share one individual’s heartfelt appreciation of the amazing efforts family and friends have put in to raising awareness and funds in memory of Pauline Swatridge.
6 Dec 2013
New antisocial behaviour laws pose threat to young people
Penelope Gibbs, chair of The Standing Committee for Youth Justice, explains why new anti-social behaviour laws particularly threaten children and teenagers with mental health issues.
5 Dec 2013
The problem with IAPT - a young person's perspective
Young campaigner Kat Cormack explains about her fears surrounding IAPT.
4 Dec 2013
Fundraising for YoungMinds: St Joseph's Academy
Thanks to all you wonderful students at St Joseph’s Academy, and to Mr Shepherd for making it all happen!
28 Nov 2013
Improvements needed in access to treatment
People with mental health problems are forced to pay privately to receive the talking therapy they need as a result of long waiting lists on the NHS, according to a survey by the ‘We need to talk’ coalition, of which YoungMinds is a member.
26 Nov 2013
Children need greater protection from child sexual exploitation
Children are still falling prey to sexual predators despite the heightened awareness around child sexual exploitation, a report by the Office of the Children’s Commissioner has found.