We know that mental health problems around pregnancy and in childhood make people's lives harder and cost a great deal of money.
We're finding ways to fix this, including improving perinatal mental health services and establishing parenting programmes.
Young black men are more likely to experience mental health problems than their white counterparts. We’re working to change this.Read more
We reviewed recent evidence about children's mental health, and found that children wait on average 10 years before receiving help.Read more
The mental health findings of the Millennium Cohort study of 11-year-olds across the UK.Read more
Children who end up in custody have multiple needs, many of which go unrecognised and unmet. We've developed a new approach to fix this.Read more
Perinatal mental health problems have a long-term cost of £8.1 billion for each year of births in the UK.Read more
Around 5% of children have conduct disorder. Parenting programmes are really effective at helping these families to improve their lives and futures.Read more
A wide range of interventions improve children's mental health but also lead to substantial economic benefits.Read more
The benefits of tested interventions far outweigh the costs and have a life-long impact on the children, families and society.Read more
Gang involvement seriously damages young lives. We are researching the impact of a radical new approach to engaging young people involved in gang-related activity.Read more