Below are our latest public statements and publications. You can search our full range of briefings, responses to government consultations, press releases, photos and other information, by using the categories on the left.
Letter from our Chair, Prof Dame Sue Bailey to Times - published 18th June 2016 Sir, When it comes to promoting the emotional development of children and young people, David Aaronovitch is right to warn against “making crises out of challenges” (“The kids are all right so give parents a break”,...
Invest Today for a Better Tomorrow
This leaflet gives an overview of the Children & Young People's Mental Health Coalition - our vision, aims, priorities and some key achievements. Download our leaflet by clicking on this link
If we are serious about preventing suicide in children and young people we would prioritise their mental health and wellbeing
Read Prof Dame Sue Bailey's Huffington Post blog about the importance of promoting children and young people's mental health and wellbeing in order to prevent suicide. Click here to read the blog.
As a Nation, We Have a Short-Sighted Approach to Children’s Mental Health
Read Prof Dame Sue Bailey's Huffington Post blog about the importance of a whole systems approach to supporting children and young people's mental health and wellbeing. Click here to read the blog .
Developing a New Vision to Improve Mental Healthcare Provision for Children and Young People
Read Prof Dame Sue Bailey’s Huffington Post blog about the new Values Based Child and Adolescent Mental Health System Commission. Click here to read the blog .
Turning Good Will Into Action: Now Is the Time to Deliver on Children and Young People’s Mental Health
Read Prof Dame Sue Bailey’s Huffington Post blog welcoming The Mental Health Taskforce report, but also raising some concerns. Click here to read the blog .
Overlooked and Forgotten: a review of how well children and young people's mental health is being prioritised in the current commissioning landscape
This report, which is based on a review of joint strategic needs assessments (JSNAs) and joint health and wellbeing strategies (JHWS) found that local areas are not prioritising children and young people's mental health needs. The key findings were: 2 in 3 Joint Strategic Needs Assessments (JSNAs)...
Resilience and Results: easy print version
This document is aimed at schools to help them understand the importance of supporting pupils' mental health and wellbeing, and what they can do within schools. Click here to download Resilience and Results easy print version Download Resilience and Results easy print version .
Resilience and Results: how to improve the emotional and mental wellbeing of children and young people in your school
This document was produced to help schools understand the importance of supporting their pupils' emotional and mental wellbeing; what they can do within schools, and how they can work in partnership with other local agencies and commission additional support. Download Resilience and Results