Changes to care for young people with mental health problems is to be announced by the Government today.
Care and support minister Norman Lamb said children and young people's mental health services need a complete overhaul to stop vulnerable young people missing out on vital support.
The Government has set out a blueprint for improving care over the next five years as a taskforce report is published into children and young people's mental health and well-being.
Labour said the report found the most vulnerable children have been left without the support they need.
Proposals include developing a targeted campaign to tackle the stigma attached to mental health issues and to improve attitudes to mental illness. There will also be changes to the way services are commissioned.
Every area should have a "one-stop-shop" service for mental health support and advice to children and young people in the community. Youngsters will also have access to online tools and apps.
Plans for continued support seeing young people helped throughout their teenage years and into their 20s.
Improved care for children and young people in crisis to make sure no one under 18 and experiencing a mental health crisis is detained in a police cell is also a priority.
It comes as the Government announced that this week's Budget will include a £1.25 billion funding boost for young people's mental health care.