It’s time to act on mental health: Your guide to becoming a mental health advocate

Mental health is a huge priority through all walks of life at present, but in no group is it more pressing to make continued progress than children and young people.

From recognising the common signs of mental health struggles, to supporting and empowering your teachers to look after their own wellbeing, there are many ways you can prioritise and advocate mental health in your school – and we’ve explored them in detail in our latest guide.

Download our free guide to learn how you can become a mental health advocate and make a real difference in the lives of young people.