London’s mental health trusts and Healthy London Partnership want to hear from young people and their families about their experiences and understanding of local mental health support.
Taking care of the mental health of our children and young people has never been more vital. We know that our young people face greater challenges to their mental wellbeing than ever before, particularly in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
While there are many excellent mental health services, and sources of support and advice aimed at young people, we know that many young people and their families and carers are still not getting the right help at the right time.
Taking our short survey will help us to identify the best ways to provide mental health information and support for children and young people across London.
Share your views
Please share the survey, which takes around five minutes to complete, with young people and their families to help us with this important research. We want to hear from as many people as possible including those under 18.
You or your child do not need to be an active user of mental health services to respond. All responses are recorded anonymously. No personalised data is requested and all data is held anonymously and securely:
Support is available when you need it
Life for young people in London can be stressful. You can access support for your wellbeing via Good Thinking’s website.
If you are feeling distressed, do reach out to a trusted adult or you can access urgent support 24/7 from our NHS mental health helplines for London. Find urgent support near you.
If you’re in immediate danger and it’s a medical emergency, call 999 straight away.