Working with the Surrey Wellbeing Partnership we offer free long-term support to young people struggling with poor mental health.
Our trained volunteer Wellbeing Mentors create a ‘long term safety net’ of support giving young people security, removing barriers like isolation and loneliness, and decreasing their stress and anxiety.
Mentees regularly meet their mentors, one-to-one, to talk through their troubles and work towards short-term goals. Mentors help their mentees learn coping strategies and techniques to manage problems and, over time, each young person increases their self-belief and resilience; they feel supported and valued.
I felt then I could really open up and let out everything. I began to doubt myself less and believe in myself more as I realised that someone was there for me.
Further support can also be provided by our family support mentoring teams.
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