The Tales of Three Young British People


The Socio-Economic Cost of Late Intervention in Common Mental Disorders


 

Investing in early intervention services is one of the most effective ways to reduce the socio-economic toll that mental illness takes on individuals, families, communities, and the economy.

Download your copy of ‘The Tales of Three Young British People’ to be introduced to three typically British youngsters, characters based on up-to-date UK mental health data:

  • Chantelle, from child to teenage mother. Listen to her heartbreaking tale illustrating the generational impact of childhood trauma.
  • Tessa, the promising architecture student. Her tale illustrates the economic losses when failing to intervene in mental illness.
  • Dwayne, a pre-adolescent with conduct disorder. A youth who, without intervention, runs the risk of developing antisocial personality disorder – a condition nearly impossible to treat.

You have the power to improve the UK’s long-term socio-economic outlook by supporting mental health organisations that provide early intervention services.

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