On Wednesday Councillor Johnny Crawshaw came to meet with Millthorpe School’s Mental Health Champions to hear about their plans to promote the well being of young people and campaign to tackle stigma around mental health. Over the last year 12 students received training in peer-to-peer support as part of a citywide initiative supported by the local authority and public health. This year, the campaign, supported by the well being Service and led by students, will be running in secondary schools across the city. It is hoped that this project will encourage students and their parents to talk more openly about pressures faced by young people. Councillor Crawshaw was impressed by Millthorpe’s student leaders and happy to swap notes on how to run an effective campaign.
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