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This week, RTÉ is running a special initiative on Youth Mental Health across a range of services.
RTÉ said The Big Picture - Youth Mental Health strand aims "to shine a light on one of the most important issues in the country".
It culminates on Thursday 26 April with an hour-long TV documentary and follow-on studio discussion.
RTÉ Director General Dee Forbes said: "With The Big Picture strand we interrogate some of the biggest challenges and issues facing Ireland today, bringing together journalists and producers from across RTÉ to explore the issues, and examine the solutions.
"The first Big Picture on homelessness aired in December. I’m delighted to see the strand return now with an important focus on youth mental health.
"The range of content, across all services, is inspiring, not least the dramatic work by artist Joe Caslin, which takes up an impressive three storeys on one of our main structures in RTÉ.
"It's a statement of intent behind a strand that I hope will ask important questions and present some interesting responses."
Mr Caslin has said it was incredibly important that mental health becamepart of our daily conversations.
Speaking on RTÉ's Morning Ireland, he said that we do not yet have the language, nor have we equipped our children, to speak about how we feel about mental health.
He said that youth suicide figures in Ireland were a huge concern.
Mr Caslin said the stigma of mental health problems made it so much harder for anyone with difficulties to recover.
He said that 24/7 access to psychiatric care was needed across the countryand that the current waiting lists were not good enough.
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