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Our Resilience Project presented to mental health network

resilience project

Published on: October 30, 2023

Becca Holmes, Compass GO! Supervising Practitioner, has given a well received presentation to members of the North East Lincolnshire Mental Health Sector Network about our service’s Resilience Project.

Becca, who leads the project, said she wanted to showcase it and discuss how it works.

She gave examples of packages and how data is collected.  

Becca said: “The presentation was given to showcase what we have been doing as a project and to demonstrate how relevant and needed the project is.”

She revealed feedback from young people, professionals and parents to show the impact it is having on young people that we deliver our assemblies and workshops to.

She said: ““I was honoured to be asked to show case the amazing work we are doing as a project team.

“I am really proud of how far we have come and seeing the feedback and the impact we are making on the young people of North East Lincolnshire is always so humbling.”

Gemma Baker, Commissioning Manager North East Lincolnshire, said: “The overview of the resilience project was really invaluable and demonstrated the significant number of children and young people who have been supported via the Resilience Project.

“This is key to ensuring there is a prevention and early help offer across our borough.”

the project aims to supply young people with the tools they need to thrive at home, in school and into adulthood.

It covers topics such as (but not limited to):

  • Self-esteem
  • Diet and exercise
  • Sleep
  • Self-care
  • Body image
  • Healthy relationships
  • Aspirations
  • Emotional resilience

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