An overview of our projects

We work with young people aged 13-25 who are facing challenges with their mental health.

Our projects offer a combination of wellbeing programmes, peer support, workshops and courses, 1:1 support and volunteering opportunities.

Platfform 4YP

4YP is our wellbeing programme available in Swansea Bay and Gwent. The project works with a range of age groups depending on the area and funding body. 4YP offers peer support groups, 1:1 support, workshops covering a range of wellbeing topics and more.

Find out about 4YP in Swansea Bay here.
Find out about 4YP in Gwent here.

4YP: the website for young people, by young people

The 4YP website has a range of online resources created by young people, for young people. The site is full to the brim with blogs, support, tips and practices for all things wellbeing for ages 14 – 25 as well as social media (all run by young people).

You can get involved in the project, write content and suggest ideas by contacting the team via the contact details on the site.

Visit the website at platfform4yp.org

Follow Platfform 4YP on InstagramTwitter and Facebook.

Platfform for families

Platfform for Families is a programme of support for parents, carers, and siblings of a child facing mental health challenges in Cardiff or the Vale of Glamorgan.

We all want the best for our children and when they are hurting it causes pain, fear and a feeling of helplessness. Supporting a child with mental health challenges can take its toll on family life raising levels of stress, anxiety, and feelings of isolation. This project offers a safe space for parents and siblings to meet, chat and find the support they need.

Find out more here.

You may be interested in

  • 4YP Gwent

    We work across the county of Gwent offering support to young people between the ages of 14 and 18 who are experiencing challenges with their mental health.

  • 4YP Swansea Bay

    We work with 13 – 16 year olds in Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot using a combination of one-to-one support, peer support groups and the State of Mind Programme.