Our mission is to raise awareness and support young people with mental health difficulties.

Our charity is committed to help and assist young people who are struggling with mental health. Helping them to understand their feelings and behaviours.

Working with young people to create more positive outcomes and to achieve their optimum potential.

We all face emotionally challenging situations during our childhood, which is a normal part of growing up. However, some children and young people grow up in environments and have experiences that they are unable to cope with. These can be traumatic and may have a long-lasting effect on a young person’s development, learning, health, and behaviour.

Having steady, consistent, positive adult relationships can act as a protective factor to mental health for young people who have experienced trauma or adversity.

Trauma isn’t a mental health condition in itself but experiencing trauma can result in a young person struggling with their mental health. A wide range of mental health conditions and symptoms can be linked to trauma, including anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders and self-harming behaviours.