We all have mental health

Creating lasting change for generations to come

Young people from across Scotland have set out their vision for mental health services in Scotland.

The Youth Commission for Mental Health Services, delivered in partnership by SAMH, Young Scot, and the Scottish Government, has published a report putting forward a series of recommendations which aim to improve mental health services for young people, now and for generations to come.

The recommendations, which are ambitious and far-reaching, cover everything from mental health services, education, communities, funding, and training.

We hope to see this project marking the start of a fundamental shift which places people at the heart of improving mental health care and services, and look forward to the next steps.

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