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2017 Children’s Mental Health Report

In this year’s report we take a look at the teenage years, highlighting unique factors that make adolescence exciting, important, and potentially dangerous — including its role as a significant risk period for mental health disorders.

In this year’s report we take a look at the teenage years, highlighting unique factors that make adolescence exciting, important, and potentially dangerous — including its role as a significant risk period for mental health disorders.

The report is guided and organized according to three main concepts:

  • The adolescent brain develops until at least age 25.
  • Most mental health disorders have onset before 24.
  • Encouraging understanding of adolescent mental health through education and anti-stigma programs will change lives.

This report explores specific issues including:

  • smartphones and social media
  • substance use and abuse
  • anxiety and depression
  • ADHD
  • psychotic episodes and schizophrenia
  • suicide and self-harm
  • unique challenges in adolescent mental health care
  • evidence-based educational and therapeutic approaches for adolescents

Downloads

Full Report

Download the full report in PDF for printing, sharing and saving.
Download the Full Report

At-a-Glance Overview

Want only the highlights and top statistics?
Download the Overview

Teen Supplement

2017 Children’s Mental Health Report Supplement: Talking to Teens About the Brain, Behavior and Risk.
Download the Teen Supplement

Toolkit

Spread the Word: Toolkit for sharing the Child Mind Institute Children’s Mental Health Report, with social and email marketing tips.
Download the Toolkit

Infographic

A shareable and printable infographic format of the report, perfect for social media.
Download the Infographic
Have questions about the Report? Contact our Media Office or call +1 646.625.4341.