The Scottish Government has today announced a new partnership with SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) and Young Scot to establish a Youth Commission to gather evidence and offer solutions on how mental health services for young people in Scotland can be improved.
Over the next 15 months a group of young people, aged 14 to 22, will come together to collaborate and gather evidence from the government, key stakeholders and experts, communities and peers to provide a series of solutions and recommendations for action and implementation.
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Recruitment for the new panel will begin in January 2018. Young people interested in taking part can email firstname.lastname@example.org