Little Mix say they insisted on aftercare for contestants on their reality show, after seeing how the music industry treats young artists.
"We didn't have that, really, on the show that we came from," says Leigh-Anne Pinnock, referring to the band's tenure on The X Factor.
"We want to make sure that they're looked after properly and support them," adds Jade Thirlwall.
The band have been open about the effects of fame on their mental health.
Nelson authored an award-winning documentary last year, explaining how cyber-bullies who criticised her weight and appearance chipped away at her self-confidence, leading to a failed suicide attempt.
Pinnock recently opened up about her personal experiences of racism within the music industry, while Perrie Edwards has revealed she struggled with anxiety and panic attacks.
Speaking to the Radio Times earlier this week, the band said they were essentially left to cope on their own after winning the eighth series of The X Factor in 2011.
"You do get thrown into it without a second to think about anything, which can be a lot to deal with," Nelson told the magazine.
"We never had anyone checking on us to see how we were doing mentally, it was all just go, go, go. I personally don't feel like there was anyone who cared."
"When we won, we weren't even allowed to spend time with our families to celebrate," Pinnock added.
"There's a lot more awareness now about mental health, but people still just see the pop, the smiles and the stage, and they don't really understand what goes on. I kind of wish there was a lot more help along the way."
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