Suicide is the theme of 2019’s World Mental Health Day. SelfharmUK’s Jessica Whittaker points to the lifelines available to young people who are struggling.
Not found what you’re looking for? We’ve decided to remove the long-running Romance Academy course from our website. Here's why.
We train more than 2,000 teachers, schools staff, social workers and other professionals every year - equipping you to support young people’s mental health, social and emotional needs.
We offer practical and develop models of youth ministry that really work. Our wide range of courses have been created to equip churches, youth leaders and parents with the skills they need to support young people in a rapidly changing culture.
Open Me is a free devotional made especially for youth workers. It’s a way of deepening your own faith and spiritual life - after all, you can only pass on something that’s real for you. Published in Seasons, each has a theme that leads you deeper into the character of Jesus.
Full of practical training and inspiration, this annual film school is for Christian young people aged 15-19 who want to learn to express themselves and their faith on YouTube.
Alumina is our online programme for young people that runs two evenings a week, by trained counsellors. It’s a safe place to explore how you are doing, what your struggles are and receive support for your harming behaviour.
Join churches across the UK on 22nd September 2019 to celebrate Youth Work Sunday, highlighting the value and importance of the church's work with them.