Example of: Creative Health for children and young people

Various 'bitesize' examples

Evoke in Kirklees are developing a pilot study for social prescribing in six education sites.  The objectives are to change culture by encouraging young people to use creative approaches to manage their own mental health and well-being and to support and encourage teachers to use creative solutions in the class room.  The project aims to reduce inequalities and reduce stigma.

KAZZUM Arts’ Apollo project takes place within hospitals and uses the arts to increase the wellbeing of children who are undergoing healthcare and mental health treatments on children’s wards.

ICE – Inspire, Create, Exchange is a series of free arts workshops and creative opportunities, for young people known to Hampshire CAMHS.

Intermission Youth uses drama – particularly Shakespeare– to explore challenging issues through a Youth theatre programme, work in schools, pupil referral units, young offenders’ institutions and prisons.  Intermission Youth raises aspirations and inspires people to make positive choices in their lives.

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