BME young people and mental health

Black and minority ethnic children and young people are being overlooked in the planning and provision of services that can address their mental health needs, claims an Afiya report. 

The result of a policy overview and consultation with 11-to-25-year-olds, Enjoy, Achieve and Be Healthy: The mental health of Black and minority ethnic children and young people highlights the emergence of BME children receiving insufficient and ineffective consideration due to their age and ethnicity.

Full text of Enjoy, Achieve and Be Healthy is available on Afiya Trust’s website

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