State of Mind

State of Mind is a Wales-wide project that works with young people between the ages of 17 and 25.



What does the project do?

The State of Mind project is funded by the Welsh Government and teaches a combination of skills and strategies to support young people’s mental health and wellbeing.

These include:

  • peer support groups
  • courses and workshops teaching skills for wellbeing
  • 1:1 support (when needed)
  • volunteering opportunities
  • the opportunity to become a peer mentor, with accredited training.

Peer support is a powerful tool for wellbeing; meeting people who are facing similar experiences to you can help remind you that you’re not alone. Group settings also mean that you can share and learn strategies that could help you feel better and also help others in the group.

Get in touch to find out more about the State of Mind Project.
Information and support for parents/guardians can be found here.

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