A peer-led programme, created and delivered by young people aged 15-25 to support their peers with their mental health.
Step Up is a co-produced, peer-led programme providing a series of projects, created and delivered by young people aged 15-25 to support their peers with managing their mental health and reducing stigma.
By using young people as ‘experts by experience’, we create engaging content and workshops that matter and work to create an inclusive and open community among young people.
Using simple tips and tricks to manage mental health, such as basic CBT tools we are able to give young people the practical skills to manage their mental health.
Step Up: Schools & Colleges
Created and delivered with young people, Step Up: Schools & Colleges is both a preventative and supportive project for 15 to 19’s affected by mental illness.Find out more Find out more
Step Up: University
Step Up: University uses lived experience as a driver to create training packages looking at how to support students’ mental health during times of transition.Find out more Find out more
Find out more
We are currently running Step Up: Schools & Colleges and Step Up: University in London. Step Up: Schools & Colleges supports young people aged 15- 19 in all settings and Step Up: University is currently running in six London universities. If you would like to find out more about our projects, please get in touch with the team.
Contact us Find out more
Fund a Step Up project
Step Up helps young people avoid being affected by mental illness and is a form of support for young people who are experiencing mental illness and need to explore and learn ways of managing the symptoms. If you are interested in funding a Step Up project please let us know.
Contact us Fund a Step Up project