Together, they will pool their knowledge to help improve mental health outcomes. "Such children are at the risk of taking some of these illegal substances because within that period they can easily be preyed upon", he said.
Rachael Campey, who has spoken out on World Mental Health Day to raise awareness.
Recent data from the Ghana Health Service has revealed that about 41 percent of Ghanaians have some form of psychological illness.
Issues such as homelessness, exposure to violence and perceived racism are some factors that can worsen the effects of mental health illness in African Americans.
"Employers must show that they are serious about supporting employees with mental health and stress-related issues". They were really proud of being a young parent. But both of us have seen how political leadership, funding, innovation and individual acts of bravery and compassion can change the world. You took the time to learn about people like them and their struggles, and that's crucial to getting any conversation started.
"We need to open up functional counselling centres in our institutions of learning and within the society generally".
"These are not things that the psychiatric hospital has control over", he stated. Also, our films and comedy shows have stereotyped mental health as something that is either risky or something to be ridiculed.
"We will provide excellent care for the mentally challenged and their children and we will bridge the gap between the mental illness patients and government because we will provide refferal to those who are suffering from the illness", he stated.
Statistics from the World Health Organization indicate that in Africa about five per cent of the population aged below 15 years suffers from mental disorder.
Speaking at a Downing Street reception marking World Mental Health Day, May said: "When I first became prime minister, I stood on the steps of Downing Street and pledged to fight the burning injustices in our society".
"A mum from Yorkshire whose son took his own life says young people need to be taught 'It's OK not to be perfect".
" Psycho social support can be provided in schools and other community settings and course training for care providers to allow them detect a manage mental disorders because, prevention begins with being aware of and understanding the early warning signs and symptoms of mental illness", Kufre said.
RFDS chief executive Martin Laverty said the service was continually expanding based on need and now played an important role in the provision of mental health services to remote and rural Australians.
The piece is titled "800,000 people kill themselves every year. We invite all staff and family members to participate in the many activities created to promote greater understanding of ways we can support ourselves and each other in this important area".
He said: "At first I had no idea what was going on - I thought it was a physical problem because of the chest pain I was experiencing".