bccs are working hard to support children and young people struggling with their mental health at this time.
A new survey published this week finds that 80% of young people have seen a worsening of their emotional health conditions since the start of the #coronavirus crisis.
With the indefinite suspension of the bccs fundraising calendar, never have donations from our community been more vital.
Please share our posts so that we can reach more people who may need our specialist services.
Read more about what practical steps you can take to support our work: https://www.bccs.org.uk/take-minute
1 in 10 young people have a mental health problem.
Roughly three children in every classroom have a diagnosable mental health condition.
80,000 children and young people suffer from depression
1 in 12 young people self harm
3 in 4 children with a diagnosable mental health condition do not get access to the support they need
We know that the support of a child therapist can have a huge impact on a child’s positive development; emotionally, academically and socially. bccs have staff trained to help children and young people, who have experienced loss, bereavement, anxiety, low self-esteem, bullying, depression, aggression, domestic violence and other emotional health related issues.
bccs would like to take a minute to thank everyone who has already sent a donation – they are most grateful for your support.
Together, we really can make a difference to the lives of children and young people who are struggling with their emotional health – thank you.