National youth mental health foundation headspace is calling on same-sex attracted 12-25-year-olds to respond to a survey to help inform the development of a new advertising concept.

The ad will be aimed at letting young people know that headspace is a place they can turn to for support if they are struggling with issues around sexuality and is part of the next phase of headspace’s national awareness campaign that will target a range of different audiences and cover more issues young people face.

The first phase of the campaign released in April covered six issues young people commonly struggle with, including depression, anxiety and relationship break ups.

Headspace is expecting the final same-sex attracted concept to be ready by October.

If you’re aged 12 – 25 and want to give input on the headspace ad, take part in the survey now.

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