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"Now is the flawless moment for The Royal Foundation to help kick-start the creation of impactful new tools that will help young people have conversations about their mental health and find the support they need, when they need it".
Prince Harry is greeted by Britain's Defence Secretary Michael Fallon and the Chair of Royal Foundation Keith Mills as he arrives to speak at an event on mental health at the Ministry of Defence in Central London on October 9, 2017. Are we missing a whole set of people who have either been in care or who have had very bad experiences at young ages, who have bad mental health already?
Prince Harry and the Duke of Cambridge have announced they will expand their Heads Together mental health campaign into schools and the workplace.
John White, a former Royal Marines officer who lost both legs and his right arm in an explosion in Afghanistan and is project managing the new initiative, said the idea was to catch a problem before it became "a full blown mental illness".
The aim is to help people find trusted information about their mental health and get help in times of need.
The soon-to-be father-of-three was delighted that 14,000 people were studied by YouGov.
Speaking at the Data Observatory at Imperial College London on Friday, Prince William described the news as like "exam results day" and said what they managed to achieve was "amazing" and "a lot to process".
Transgender people are disproportionately likely to face mental health challenges. "She had seen that at the core of adult issues like addiction and family breakdown, unresolved childhood mental health issues were often part of the problem". It is an issue richly deserving of their support, and one which everyone concerned with society's welfare should also back. "If we've at least made a big impression there we can work on the wider societal aspects". But I think it all has to start at home. "If you can't have a conversation with your loved ones, there's no way you're going to go to HR at work", he said.