MIND reports that One in Three say they don’t have the skills to deal with their Mental Health

New research from the mental health charity Mind and the supermarket the Co-op has revealed the depth of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic – 10.6 million British people, just under a fifth of the population, currently describe their current mental health as poor. Young people were found to be disproportionately affected.

Additionally, over a third of people (37%) agreed that they didn’t have the support or tools to deal with life’s ‘ups and downs’, such as stress, pressure, or challenging circumstances. And the vast majority (81%) supported greater community mental health services, including open spaces to talk and engage in activities.

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