Programmes for families, children and young people in Wales

Location: Wales

Forming a family and parenting is an important part of life, with many changes taking place. Both mothers’ and fathers’ mental health may be affected during this transition, which may influence their child’s mental health.

Parental mental health problems, if untreated, can affect the long-term wellbeing of both parents and children. We work on a variety of innovative projects with children and young people.

Current families, children and young people programmes in Wales

The Peer Education Project

PEP equips staff to recruit and train a group of Peer Educators in their school, who deliver a syllabus of mental health lessons to their younger peers.

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Single Parents

Run by single parents for single parents, this programme provides a compassionate, motivated and empowering approach to being a single parent.

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Sports and mental health

We've joined with Cardiff City Foundation as a Learning Partner to support them with their targeted mentoring programme.

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Resources for schools and families

Our Resources for schools and families programmes have developed a series of resources to help support mental health in children and young people, for parents, caregivers and people working in education.
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