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National Youth Mental Health Task Force. (2017) National Youth Mental Health Task Force report 2017. Dublin: Department of Health.

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The National Youth Mental Health Task Force was established in response to an undertaking in the Programme for Partnership Government to provide national leadership in the field of youth mental health and to enhance how the public, private, voluntary and community sectors work together to improve the mental health and wellbeing of young people.

 

Recommendations of the Youth Mental Health Taskforce:

  1. Consultation and advocacy
  2. Awareness and training
  3. Online youth mental health supports
  4. Supporting families to promote mental health in young people
  5. Schools and youth mental health
  6. Mental health supports in third level education
  7. Community supports for youth mental health
  8. Accessibility and alignment of mental health services
  9. Consent issues
  10. Improving knowledge through research

 

Report of a consultation with children aged 8 – 12 years on mental health and well-being in Ireland

Report of a consultation with young people aged 13 – 17 years on mental health and well-being in Ireland

Report of a consultation with young people aged 19 – 25 years on mental health and well-being in Ireland

National Taskforce on Youth Mental Health – Report on the Priorities identified at the Consultation Meeting

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