How can youth work reduce stigma and isolation felt by young people with mental health difficulties?
How creating mental health and wellbeing-informed projects for young people with and without mental health difficulties normalises mental health.
How does mental health-informed youth work empower young people to make change happen?
How empowerment comes through the relationships that develop ‘through doing’.
How can mental health-informed youth work help young people?
How the ‘blended approach’ of Right Here, underpinned by young people’s involvement and strong relationships, generates positive outcomes for young people.
Mental health informed youth work: what Right Here learned and what could come next20 August 2015, Guest Blogger
Right Here was a five-year young people’s mental health and wellbeing programme developed and managed by Paul Hamlyn Foundation and the Mental Health Foundation. Project lead to Right Here, Susan Blishen, takes stock of what Right Here learned and achieved, and what could come next
Getting young people Doc Ready12 September 2013, Guest Blogger
Ben Matthews, Head of Communications at FutureGov, describes the impact of the launch of new mental health app, Doc Ready.
David Blunkett MP visits Right Here Sheffield7 June 2013, Guest Blogger
Callum Woodhead–McClaimens discusses David Blunkett MP's visit to the Right Here Project in Sheffield to discuss the need for early intervention support to protect young people’s mental health
A Voice and A Choice â Right Here young people and mental health showcase7 February 2013, Guest Blogger
On 4 February Mark Brown, Editor at One in Four magazine attended the Right Here 'A Voice and A Choice' Showcase event.