Healthwatch are engaging and working with groups of young people to get an insight into what issues might affect their mental well-being
Healthwatch has been engaging and working with groups of young people to get an insight into what issues might affect their mental wellbeing, how they deal with the down days and difficult issues, what is good for them and what makes them happy and what they know about where to go if they need to use local services to support them with their mental wellbeing. So far we have spoken with 80 students at a local college and a group of young people who attend a local school. We are keen to speak with more groups and planning to hold a number of focus groups next year.
If you're an individual, part of a group or work with young people and would like to participate you can see more details below..."YOU'RE NOT TOO WEAK IF YOU WANT TO SPEAK"
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