Healthwatch Haringey seeks young peoples' views on mental health and Covid-19

Survey launched to discover how Covid-19 and lockdown has impacted the wellbeing and mental health of young people aged 14-25 and living in Haringey.
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Tell us about your experiences

If you are worried about the impact of Coronavirus on your mental health, you are not alone. Everyone across the country has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, in particular young people, who have had to adjust to changes in their education, employment, routine and home life.

The pandemic has been an uncertain time for all of us. Healthwatch Haringey would like to hear how Covid-19 and lockdown has impacted the wellbeing and mental health of young people aged 14-25, living in Haringey, and the anxieties young people may be facing in returning to a ‘normal’ routine following school closures and lock-down.

Our aim is to improve mental health support and services for young people in Haringey, so young people can access the help and support they need quickly and easily.

Complete the online survey

Survey for young people:

Take the survey

Survey for parents/carers:

Take the survey

Electronic and hard copies of the survey are also available.

Your views and experiences will be reported anonymously and published on the Healthwatch Haringey website and the Healthwatch England National Reports Library, and shared with wider networks and stakeholders in Haringey.

Other ways to get involved

Email us your thoughts and experiences: info@healthwatchharingey.org.uk

Call and talk to our team: 020 8888 0579

Talk to your school/college/local group about getting involved.

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