Destigmatising mental health is a sure way of showing the humane side of the Jamaican society, Health Minister Dr Christopher Tufton said in his comments to mark World Mental Health Day, celebrated each year on October 10.
The project is being organised by a group of 12 people - the majority of whom are under 30 and have experienced mental illness.
"The lack of resources to deal with this issue is another example of a false economy brought about austerity".
And perhaps most important, we can all talk about mental health and suicide openly, honestly and without stigma.
Seb is the new Head Boy at Monmouth School Boys' Prep, which saw an explosion of colour in support of World Mental Health Day.
After asking for help more than six months ago, Jacqueline is still on the waiting list for mental health treatment on the NHS.
About 4,500 people take their lives every year in England and suicide remains the leading cause of death among men under the age of 45.
Avis said: "Despite a noticeable increase in the acceptance of mental health issues in society, employees are still concerned that their boss and colleagues would not take their mental health issues seriously, or worse, that they are hindering themselves for future opportunities at their company by taking time off for a mental illness".
This week has been set aside as National Mental Illness Awareness Week.
"Many Chinese parents have no knowledge of mental illnesses and they don't know how to help their children cope with daily life when the kids are mentally challenged", said Peng.
He added: "Mental health problems have a massive impact on the workforce, and young people who come into jobs might not be prepared to enter a high pressure environment".
"I think it's just about educating young people that it's OK not to be ideal, nobody's flawless, it's OK not to do fantastic in everything".
The PM's announcement comes a day after the National Audit Office said the government may be "even further away than it thought" from achieving its goal of equal access to physical and mental health services for young people.
The C.P.H.is observing Mental Health Week under the theme "Young People in Mental Health, in a Changing World" and nurse Morris-Willis said, sensitising the youth on the issue of mental health is critical.
Half of all mental illness begins by the age of 14, and the prime minister has made several other announcements around children and young people's mental health today on World Mental Health Day. But it also means using highly refined assessment skills to be able to pick up subtle changes in your patient's behavior, to know when to notify the physician that there is a significant change in condition without having a lot of equipment to help you "make your case" to the doctor.