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THE PROJECT
Young People's Centre
Lyme Road
AXMINSTER, EX13 5AZ

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How We Help Young People Thrive

The aim of The Project’s #Support4September crowdfunding campaign is to ensure we can continue all of our peer support groups for young people with mental health issues. Our support groups are different to most other mental health services. We are inclusive, accessible and focused on helping young people thrive. We help young people thrive in […]

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Wish The Project a Happy Birthday!

The Project is celebrating its fourth birthday in style this month – with its #Support4September crowdfunding campaign. Reaching our £15,000 target will ensure we can continue delivering all of our services for another year. The traditional association for fourth anniversaries is fruit and flowers. The Project is embracing this theme, as our peer support groups […]

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Why Support The Project?

You may have seen our #Support4September crowdfunding campaign (http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/theprojectyp) and wondered why we need your support and what makes our peer support groups different to other youth mental health services. In this blog post, I attempt to give an overview of why our support groups are special and how they help young people with mental […]

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#Support4September Begins!

Today, we are launching our #Support4September crowdfunding campaign to celebrate The Project’s birthday month. We aim to raise at least £15,000, which will help our support groups continue for another year. By donating to our campaign, you can secure one of our amazing rewards packages: visit www.crowdfunder.co.uk/theprojectyp for details of what’s on offer and to […]

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The Project Launches #Support4September Crowdfunding Campaign

The Project aims to celebrate its 4th birthday in style this September – by raising at least £15,000! This would provide the youth mental health charity with the remaining money needed to continue running its services, including peer support groups in Axminster and Chard, for another year. The Project, which is part of Action East […]

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The Last Time – written by one of our young people, Gemma

The Last Time. This is the last time I’m going to write about you. I could probably write a book about you, and all the things we did together, but, at the end of the day, you couldn’t even write a sentence about me. So I’m giving myself a rest. My Fingers know your name […]

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THINGS PARENTS ASK – What can I do about my child’s gaming obsession?

THINGS PARENTS ASK What can I do about my child’s gaming obsession? During the years that I have been supporting young people and their parents, this is the question I have been asked more than any other. I cannot count the number of times I have been contacted by stressed mums and dads who are […]

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Vote for The Project

The Project needs your help! We have put The Project forward to receive funding from the Aviva Community Fund, and voting is now open. Please take a minute to vote for The Project, so that we are in with a chance of receiving these vital funds, which would allow us to continue supporting local young […]

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World Mental Health Day 2016

Today is World Mental Health Day, a day with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilising efforts in support of mental health. This year’s theme is Psychological first aid. We never know when in life we are likely to come up against mental health problems. With one in four adults […]

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The tragedy of teenage suicide – by Debbie

In recent days, I’ve been given cause to reflect on the potentially devastating consequences of mental illness in teenagers and young adults – more specifically on the consequences of young people not receiving the help they need when they need it. Suicide is always a tragedy, heart-breaking, painful, but when it’s a young person who […]

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