Introduction Mental illness has been documented since 500 BC in ancient Greece. Philosopher Plato was the first person to invent the term ‘mental health’ itself, which was originated by ruling over passion and temper. The ancient Greeks treated mental illnesses by either praying to the gods, or performing surgery themselves. (Beck, 2017) In 1100 BC ancient China treated mental illnesses by using herbs, acupuncture or “emotional therapy”. (Commons.ln.edu.hk, 2017) Some regions in China continue to use these practices in addition to modern medicine. Today, mental illnesses evidently still exist and are being treated with different types of therapies, such as cognitive-behavior therapy and also different types of medication. In this Social Science research report, the following research question was examined: “What worldwide organizations support children with mental illnesses?” Research was done on the following three international organizations: The World Health Organization (WHO), Young Minds Advocacy, and Global Coalition on Youth Mental Health. The information in this report was based on several reputable internet articles.Organization #1 – The World Health Organization (W.H.O) With headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, The World Health Organization otherwise known as W.H.O is a company which was founded by the United Nations on April 7th, 1948 (which is now celebrated every year as World Health Day) and is involved with global mental health. It was started to provide health services to people worldwide, including children with health disabilities; both physical and mental, and is now working alongside governments in over 150 countries. The World Health Organization helps a ceaseless amount of people; they are the first ones to assist a difficult situation. This organization is accountable for supplying it’s leadership on health matters globally, observing and evaluating the health trends around the world, and forming the research agenda of health. Its mental health action plan that will lead from 2013-2020, first endorsed by the World Health Assembly in 2013, recognizes the essential role of mental health in achieving health for all people. (Encyclopedia.com, 2017) W.H.O operations are carried out by three distinct components: the World Health Assembly, the executive board, and the secretariat. The main purposes of the World Health Assembly are to decide different policies of the Organization, designate the Director-General, oversee financial policies, and evaluate and validate the suggested programme budget. The principal functions of the Executive Board are to give enforcement to the decision and policies of the Health Assembly, to counsel it and mainly to further its work. The secretariat incorporates the technical and administrative personnel of the organization. (Who.int, 2017) The World Health Organization focuses on a large field of mental health issues that arise both in adults and children, meanwhile Young Minds Advocacy has its focus set on helping firstly young people with mental illnesses.Organization #2 – Young Minds Advocacy Founded by Patrick Gardner who specializes in children’s mental health law and policy, and its impacts on youths, Young Minds Advocacy is a non-profit organization that began in 2012 and addresses the unmet mental health needs that are facing young people and their families. This organization uses a mix of policy research and advocacy, impact litigation, and strategic communications, and work towards changing the attitudes towards mental illness and help youth and their families get quality mental health care that they need. Established in San Francisco, Young Minds Advocacy has resources across California and the West. They offer programs that focused on supporting youth with low-income. The young people that they serve usually are involved with various child-serving systems that include: Specialty Mental Health, Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, Developmental Disabilities, Education, Healthcare, and Substance Use. While Young Minds Advocacy is a great organization that supports youth with mental illnesses, Global Coalition on Youth Mental Health supports the same cause, but a little more technologically.Organization #3 – Global Coalition on Youth Mental Health Launched just a few months ago, on September 12th, 2017 in Canada this organization was founded on the reliance that cooperation is very important to advance a major public health agenda. It was developed by Committee featured prime organizations in the mental health area including Jack.org, University of Toronto, iFred, and Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies. The Coalition’s main and primary focus are monthly social media messages and calls to action that build towards their goals. To achieve this unified message, the Global Coalition on Youth Mental Health asked their partners and other organizations to use #195forMentalHealth. They are in belief that if people and mental health organizations focused on youth, commonly use this hashtag when communicating about their work, it will show that they are just one big community working on supporting youth mental health and it will create a united, worldwide message of urgency and support for those affected. This organization wants to achieve these goals: Galvanize organizations to boost their work, catalyze a global conversation so that there is improved access to mental health resources & support, Inspire countries worldwide to emphasize youth mental health by joining the Coalition, and spreading the message via electronics. (Robb et al., 2017) Many organizations do support children/youths with mental illnesses, but most of them do not help worldwide, but in only specific locations. Conclusion In this Social Science research report, the following question was analyzed: “What organizations support children with mental illnesses?” In this report it was investigated that 20 percent or one in five children, currently have or have had encountered mental disorders, (Nimh.nih.gov, 2017) and around half of them begin to experience them before the age of 14. Mental disorders in childhood can lead to increasing the risk of getting ill by other diseases such as HIV, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and etcetera. Only few countries have legal framework that sufficiently will protect the rights of anyone who has a mental disorder. (Who.int, 2017) In very unfavorable situations, mental illness can lead to suicide. In 2015 it was pronounced the leading cause of death among 15 to 29 year olds globally. (World Health Organization, 2017) A multitude of groups and organizations have noticed and addressed this issue to the public eye. Slowly individuals are embarking to offer their help and assistance.