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Welsh Youth Parliament asks young people about mental health and well-being

The Welsh Youth Parliament has begun a new consultation to find out what young people think about mental health and well-being in Wales. Mental Health and well-being of young people is one of the three priorities the Parliament voted for during its first meeting in February 2019, and one year on from the first ever Welsh Youth Parliament meeting, they launch their new consultation in attempt to improve services.

The consultation will run until 8 August 2020, and as well as an online survey, will involve workshops at schools and youth organisations across the country in order to establish what young people think about mental health and well-being and the support services available to them.

Two surveys have been released which can be found here:

– Survey for children and young people aged 11-25

Any schools, youth organisations or young people wanting to get involved can find more information on the Welsh Youth Parliament website.