Our aim is to support youth organisations to develop a health improvement focus.
North East Youth Health Training events calendar 2018-19
We offer a wide variety of training opportunities such as Scottish Mental Health First Aid, Emotional Literacy Practice & Principles, Healthy Young Lives, Under Pressure, Sexual Health, FGM, Alcohol, Drugs & Tobacco, New Psychoactive Substances and First Aid. Our training is available to staff and volunteers working with children and young people in the local community. Please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org or check our facebook page for more information.
The work we do supports the Single Outcome Agreement for Glasgow as well as our own NHS GG&C Strategic Direction, this means our work comes under three distinct themes;
Mental Wellbeing & Resilience.
Structurally & Socially Resilient Communities.
Child & Young Person Mental Health
Through our work with the North East Child & Youth Mental Health Working Group we have developed some resources to support staff to signpost children and young people experiencing mild mental health issues.
The Resilience Toolkit - This toolkit can be used within your organisation to increase staff and young person knowledge and understanding around resilience.
The Referral Pathway - Provides information on organisations able to offer support to young people with mild mental health & emotional wellbeing issues.
The Training Pathway - A support for managers and staff/volunteers to review training needs around mental health and wellbeing training as part of ongoing workforce development.
Aye Mind is on a mission to improve the mental health and wellbeing of young people – by making better use of the internet, social media and mobile technologies. We are working with young people aged 13 to 21 to create and share a wide range of resources. We’re also making a digital toolkit for all who work with young people too, to boost their ability to promote youth wellbeing.
The project is a partnership between Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS, Snook, the Mental Health Foundation and Young Scot, with a wide range of local partners involved too. Aye Mind is a "work in progress", so check back often for new stuff!
We also support the Weigh To Go Service
A service for young people (aged 12 - 18) who are overweight and want to lose or manage their weight. See www.yhs-ng.co.uk for more info. Weight to go currently runs in Easterhouse, Shettleston & Springburn Health Centres.
Healthy Young Champions
Intersted in becoming a healthy young champion in your local area? Contact Jennifer Johnstone (Jennifer.Johnstone@ggc.scot.nhs.uk)for more information.
We have been working with Glasgow Homeless Network to develop a pack for staff and young people around homelessness for use in schools and youth organisations.
Advice for Schools on Supporting LGBT Young People
The following provide information and guidance to school staff on supporting LGBT young people and addressing homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.
Addressing Inclusion: Effectively challenging homophobia, biphobia and transphobia
Developing a GSA (gender and sexual orientation alliance)
Supporting Transgender Young People
The Resource Library is currently being catalogued and moved to Fuse Youth Cafe. Resources will be available to access in August and apologies for any inconvenience.