Disadvantaged children ‘at greater risk of poor mental health’ due to Covid-19

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Disadvantaged children are at greater risk of poor mental health due to rising poverty and growing inequality caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, a coalition of more than 200 organisations has warned.

Norman Lamb: No one should be at greater risk of poor mental health because of who they are or what environment they are in. Picture: Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition
Norman Lamb: No one should be at greater risk of poor mental health because of who they are or what environment they are in. Picture: Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition

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