Stephen Fry in plea for walk-in mental health hubs for youths hit by pandemic

Actor calls for a network of centres at which children and young people could get help without a referral

Stephen Fry has called for a network of mental health walk-in centres for children and young people who he said have been hit worst by the pandemic.

Writing in the Telegraph, the actor and comedian, who is also president of Mind, voiced the charity’s appeal to ministers for hubs through which children can access support without a referral from a doctor or their school.

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Category: Mental Health