Children's Mental Health Week - My Voice Matters
5th February 24 - 11th February 24
Children’s Mental Health Week is an annual campaign dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of children’s mental health and well-being. This week-long event aims to promote positive mental health among children and young people, provide resources for parents and educators, and reduce the stigma surrounding mental health issues in children.
What is Children’s Mental Health Week?
Children’s Mental Health Week is a vital initiative that focuses on the emotional and psychological well-being of children and adolescents. It provides an opportunity to address the challenges that young people face when it comes to mental health, including stress, anxiety, depression, and other issues. The campaign emphasizes the importance of early intervention, open communication, and support networks for children and their families.
During this week, various organizations, schools, and communities come together to educate children and adults about mental health, provide resources, and encourage positive mental health practices.
History of Children’s Mental Health Week.
Children’s Mental Health Week was established to address the growing need for awareness and support regarding children’s mental health issues. The initiative recognizes that early intervention and a supportive environment can have a significant impact on a child’s mental well-being. Over the years, it has grown into a nationwide campaign that encourages everyone to prioritize children’s mental health
How to get involved?
- Engage in conversations.
- Spread Awareness.
- Access Resources.