Long waits for mental health services are a dangerous waste of time. A new venture, Lemonade, wants to step in when young people most need help – and its co-founders say they've been welcomed with open arms.
Although mental health issues are gaining focus around the globe, developing countries are still underserved in this area. The good news is that one initiative is proving majorly impactful and the World Health Organisation are taking notice.
Although services across the country have suffered from funding cuts, a scheme in Hertfordshire is bucking the trend. Now they're getting a helping hand in combatting loneliness and enabling people to live independent lives.
Resilience, pragmatism and innovation are required to address the global heath epidemic that nobody is talking about: mental health. Chris Underhill spoke at the Emerge Conference about his pioneering work in the developing world.