11% of boys and 8% of girls aged 5 to 16 have a clinically significant mental health problem
Director of Public Health, East Sussex, 2017

Around 10% of young people are self-harming
NHS, 2018

Depression and anxiety among children and teenagers has increased by 70% in the past 25 years
NHS, 2018

The number of young people with eating disorders has doubled over the past six years
NHS, 2018

50% of lifetime cases of diagnosable mental illness begin by age 14; early intervention can avoid or alleviate the problem
Director of Public Health, East Sussex, 2017

Children’s mental health services are possibly the biggest weakness in NHS provision… letting down too many families and not intervening early enough when there is a curable mental health condition, which we can do something about when a child is eight or nine”
Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Health, 2016

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