In 2014-16 there were 23 suicides of people aged under 25 in the Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group area.
15-19 year olds continued to be the largest proportion and number of patients referred to Oxford Health mental health services in 2016-17 and has seen the biggest increase since 2011-12.
Between the years 2011-12 and 2016-17, the number of patients referred aged 15-19 increased by 80%.
The OCCG rate of 5.7 was statistically above the England average of 4.7.
37% of younger employees are more likely to have mental health issues, with those aged 18-29 having been formally diagnosed with a mental health condition.
1 in 5 of 16-24 year olds experience anxiety and depression, with young women, more than men, experiencing symptoms.
Papyrus state that suicide is the largest cause of death for young people under 35.