Over half (55%) of parents have never spoken to their children about the topic of mental health, including wellbeing, stress, anxiety and depression, a new Time to Change poll suggests.
Young carers’ mental health must be better supported in schools and in health and social care, according to delegates at a roundtable discussion about the mental health of young carers, hosted by Carers Trust this week.
A new programme to help more than 4,000 people with health problems, including mental health problems, stay in work will be set up in Wales after it received a multi-million pound EU funding boost.
Newtown A.F.C. and Merthyr Town F.C. were the first two football clubs in Wales chosen to deliver a mental health initiative this week, thanks to a new partnership with Time To Change Wales and Football Association Wales Trust.
The primary care waiting time target for treating people experiencing mental ill health in Wales is being cut from 56 to 28 days to ensure faster access to treatment, Health and Social Services Minister Mark Drakeford has announced today (Tuesday 3rd November).