Wednesday is World Mental Health Day

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"Dedicated to promoting mental health services and providing peer support within the underserved Chinese community, Elaine Peng helped establish the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Chinese Community Service Committee in the San Francisco Bay Area and developed the first NAMI Chinese website in the United States, in addition to having developed multiple NAMI programs for the Chinese community", said Wieckowski in a California Senate resolution dated September 26.

Unlike costly physical illnesses like cancer, where expenses are largely hospital-based, mental health costs are often indirect, such as not being able to work.

Sure, it's a day that's part of a month that also strives to recognise the many conditions and illnesses that people are struggling with, but once the clock hits 12 tonight, the tweets of support, the infographics, and the Instagram Stories will, for the most part, stop.

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The focus of this year's WMHD is on young people. "I realise that mental health is just as important as physical health". Stigma is part of the reason why mental health services are not well developed in many countries, the report said.

Young children of staff can also get involved by drawing a picture to illustrate the theme "Happiness in my world", and a series of presentations will be on display at all main Qatar Airways offices to promote greater awareness of key mental health issues.

Lancet which is a medical journal has published a report today by the Commision on Global Mental Health.

"Mental health affects everyone, either directly or through our relatives and close friends", said director of the United Kingdom's health research organisation the Wellcome Trust Jeremy Farrar in a statement. Today's announcement coincides with World Mental Health Day.

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This year's event will be crowned with a public lecture on mental health at the Ebenezer Presbyterian Church Hall at Osu in Accra. "If these disorders are left untreated, they can extend into adult life, thus impacting educational attainment, employment, relationships and even parenting", warned Tarun Dua, a mental health adviser at the WHO. "Triggers of serious mental illness such as economics and social stresses are staring at us in our very youthful years".

"What we do know is that people are waiting far too long to get help". Youth are also affected: one in five aged 13-18 experience a severe mental disorder. The WHO has provided recommendations and examples of activities that can help detect and treat such disorders early.

Responding to the new post, Hancock said the United Kingdom is "already making progress when it comes to suicide prevention" as the "suicide rate is at its lowest for seven years", but "we need to do more to challenge the stigma that people with mental ill-health face and make sure they feel they can reach out for help". "We all have to make a commitment to change".

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"Mental health services are still being underfunded by the Conservative government". We need to not confuse the two.

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