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Working together to ensure young people from racialised communities can access appropriate mental health support, Centre for Mental Health

Centre for Mental Health
Year of publication

UK Youth, Centre for Mental Health and The Diana Award are excited to announce a new collaboration that aims to reimagine mental health support for young people from racialised communities.

Collectively we recognised the need for change to create culturally competent mental health services that can meet the needs of young people from racialised communities.

The project will be led by young people aged 16-25 with lived experience of mental health issues and racial injustices and has been made possible thanks to £655,000 of funding raised by players of People's Postcode Lottery.

Date added
Created by
Meara Brooks
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health