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Have Your Say in Young People’s Mental Health

  The government has published a green paper called Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision and is seeking your views on its proposals. The consultation is running until noon on 2nd March 2018. This is your opportunity to have a say in how young people’s mental health and wellbeing is prioritised. You can […]

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Why I Run – By Rich Potter (Volunteer)

On Sunday 12 th March, Myself and my friend, George, will be running the Bath Half Marathon. We have been using this opportunity to fundraise money for two charities: MacMillan Cancer Support & The Project. On the fundraising page (link below) you can find our reasons for choosing these two great charities; what you won’t […]

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New Mental Health Training dates announced

Would you know what to do if a child or young person in your care was suffering with depression? Do you know how to support a young person who is self harming? Do you feel comfortable talking about suicide?  Youth Mental Health First Aid is an internationally recognised mental health training course for people who teach, […]

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Mental Health Training for Spring 2015

We are running a number of Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training courses for schools, and anyone else who works with children and young people.  In the past, the training has been attended by youth workers, police, teachers as well as people from community and voluntary sector groups.   The Project is now working in […]

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