Mind’s Young People Survey
Young people need Mind more than ever. One in eight has a diagnosed mental health problem, yet in England only 25% of those who need treatment are able to access it, and in Wales assessment targets for children and adolescent mental health services continue to fall short. This needs to change.
- To make sure MIND are providing the best possible support for children and young people, they want to hear about their experiences. The things that make them feel sad or overwhelmed, stressed or anxious. MIND want to know where they go to find support and how this could be improved.
- Mind’s Young People Survey is the first stage of this process. It’s an online survey for 13-24 year olds and a safe, anonymous space for young people to tell MIND what they think about mental health and wellbeing.
- By taking part, young people can directly influence the work that Mind develops over the next few years, and the specific things that need improving.
- It only takes around ten minutes to complete and can be accessed by laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Fill in the confidential survey