One in five Queensland teens face mental illness: report

By Amy Mitchell-Whittington
Updated April 19 2017 - 8:17am, first published April 18 2017 - 9:55pm
The report found female teens were almost twice as likely as male teens to be living with psychological distress. Photo: iStock
The report found female teens were almost twice as likely as male teens to be living with psychological distress. Photo: iStock

More than one in five young Queenslanders could be living with a serious mental illness, according to a report released by Mission Australia today.

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