"Since children can not express their mental problems, it remains unidentified and affects them more as they grow older".
This plea was made on Wednesday at the commemoration of the World Mental Health Day.
He told Sky Sports News: "Mental health is indiscriminate to whatever size house you live in, whatever vehicle you drive, how much money you have in the bank, how many holidays you have". There are not enough specialised hospitals or specialised psychiatric hospital beds for children and adolescents.
Mrs Doyle-Price, whose title is now Minister for Mental Health, Inequalities and Suicide Prevention, said: 'I understand how tragic, devastating and long-lasting the effect of suicide can be on families and communities.
It is believed that mental health issues start before 14 years of age and 75 percent of youth identify the problems before they reach 24 years.
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Children and adolescents in humanitarian settings are particularly vulnerable to mental distress and illness, World Health Organization said. The usual onset of a mental illness is early adulthood (19 to 23-years-old).
Half of all mental illness begin by the age of 14 years, but most cases go undetected and untreated, with serious long-term consequences for mental health, it said.
A combination of issues is usually the biggest contributors to mental health among young people, says Chambers.
The governor explained that people with mental health problems deserve love, care, understanding and support. They need all the support they can get.
Liverpool have recently pledged its support to the Zero Suicide Alliance, a collaboration between National Health Service trusts, businesses and suicide survivors across the United Kingdom who are all committed to suicide prevention in the United Kingdom and beyond by offering free suicide prevention training and resources, which are accessible to all.