StreetGames delivers Youth Mental Health First Aid training to youth and community organisations, sports clubs and governing bodies. They are specialists in sport and working in areas of deprivation.
Training in Mind course include: Youth Mental Health Awareness (Wales), Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) (Wales), Youth MHFA (Wales) Instructor Training, Adult MHFA (Wales), Adult MHFA (Wales) Instructor Training, ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training).
Mind - our 3-hour workshop, Mental health awareness for sport and physical activity, was developed with support from Sports Coach UK, and is designed for coaches, sport administrators, volunteers and front of house staff.
Edge Hill University - MSc Sport, Physical Activity and Mental Health
Dame Kelly Holmes Trust offers a wide range of courses, all delivered by Olympic swimmer and athlete mentor Adam Whitehead. We can deliver training for up to 16 people at one time, on your premises.
Jack's story - "I’ve been able to give a little bit more of myself, better myself and make more positive decisions about my life."
Nathan's story - find out how the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust Get on Track programme changed Nathan's life.
Becki's story - the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust Community Champions social action project helped Becki with her mental health issues.
Safe, Fit & Well. Research exploring connections between sports participation and improving mental health and wellbeing for young people in disadvantaged areas. Summary report, Full report, Project case studies
Get Set to Go. 3,585 people with mental health problems have taken part in specially designed physical activity projects since 2015. View the results
Sport for better mental health. How training a community sport workforce in Mental Health First Aid will support young people’s mental wellbeing in the UK. Read the report.
Nationwide study of mental health in the sport, physical activity and recreation sector by Edge Hill University.
A space of our own. The role and value of youth organisations in strengthening communities by London Youth.