MH:2K Central Lancashire final report

MH:2K is a pioneering new model for engaging young people in conversations about mental health in their local area.

This final report from MH:2K Central Lancashire features the findings gathered from over 1150 young people across Central Lancashire by a team of 24 ‘Citizen Researchers’. In the report, the Citizen Researchers present findings and recommendations in relation to five priorities:

Social media and use of language;

Education and prevention;

Professionals and services;

LGBTQ+ young people;

Young men.

MH:2K Central Lancashire was supported by supported by South Ribble Borough Council, Chorley Council, Preston City Council, the Clinical Commissioning Groups, and the Wellcome Trust.

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