It is widely acknowledged that public health efforts should prioritize universal, health-promoting, and preventive measures over the treatment of disorders (Holte, 2012). Promoting mental health and well-being, as well as preventing the development of mental disorders, is important and can hold significant societal value. Increased coping, well-being, and good mental health can enhance quality of life and reduce future costs associated with mental disorders (Holte, 2017).

Preventive and health-promoting measures for children and young people are a crucial focus of Norwegian authorities. The Escalation Plan for Children and Adolescents' Mental Health (2019-2024) aims to ensure that more individuals experience good mental health and quality of life. The Norwegian government's youth health strategy encourages the development of digital health information services for young people (Ministry of Health and Care Services, 2016).