Supporting Young People

Professionals or anyone who works with or supports young people.

Aye Mind aim to enable youth-related workers, policy makers, planners and service providers to be more prepared to engage with young people in supporting their mental health and in drawing on digital communication technology.

  • Toolkit

    The pack includes practical information, case studies and reflection material for anyone interested in learning more about digital approaches to promote youth mental wellbeing. Start your journey here.

  • Survey

    Do you work with young people? If so, we would greatly value your input in our survey. It only takes a few minutes. Your views will guide the continued development of the resource pack.

  • Resources

    Finding online resources to refer young people to can be difficult. Where do you start? How do you know whether the app or the website are of quality standard and likely to be helpful? Aye Mind has partnered with the Mental Health Foundation to identify online resources to support mental wellbeing for young people.

  • Blog

    We’re developing Aye Mind in the open, sharing the progress as we go along. We also share the tools we use during workshops; they’re free for everyone to use. Follow the story.

  • Project 99 report

    Aye Mind is the continuation of ‘Project 99’, a project conducted in 2013 designed to explore how digital approaches might support young people’s mental health. Read the full story and the findings.

  • Digital Springboard

    The ‘Guide to the good stuff’ – A guide for the mind. The springboard will provide young people and those who work and live with them a trustworthy source of content to promote mental wellbeing and signpost them to other sources of support.

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