Are you ready to volunteer?
Volunteer for JCF
To support and empower young people. Free training is provided to achieve a Level 3 Mentoring qualification (awarded through NOCN, the National Open College Network).
Mentor training takes place over six weeks and comprises of:
- 2 week health and safety comprising of risk assessment, safeguarding, confidentiality etc
- 2 week project based assessment around aspects of mental health investigating causes of mental health in teenagers
- 2 week practice session to practice and develop skills to develop effective mentoring
In order to achieve a Level 3 mentoring qualification trainee mentors need two to three placements.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Youth Well-being Movement
The Youth Well-being Movement is a collective of people working together in support of good youth mental health and to end the stigma and discrimination experienced by young people suffering from mental health problems.
We are there for you
We believe that early intervention will help to prevent the onset of mental illness and we strive to form a happier youth by modelling and inspiring.
Already young people are suffering from mental health problems for up to ten years before they receive support. The waiting list for therapy can be months or years long depending on which area of the UK they live.
Suicides and self harm are at an all time high – up to three teenagers are committing suicide each week – making this a real public health crisis.
Among the collective supporting the Youth Wellbeing Movement, we have Linda Evans, Denise Pearson, Alan Smallman and many more. We are constantly looking for more prominent figures and exceptional people to promote our cause.
On UK Youth Wellbeing Movement 2017 and 2018 we organised surprise flashmob events at various high profile London locations, featuring Britain’s Got Talent winners and world under-16 dance champions, Entity All Stars, led by choreographer Tashan Muir.
Why should I become your Ambassador?
- One in five children between the ages of 13 and 18 is affected by a mental illness
- 50% of mental illnesses in adulthood are seen before the age of 14 and 80% by the age of 25
- It can take up to 10 years between a young person to develop the first symptoms and the first intervention
What does the Julian Campbell Foundation do?
We train mentors with an accredited program and run drama workshops in schools showing young people how to identify depression and anxiety in themselves – and others – and act to change their moods.
- Our mentors support young people in the community to manage their health and well-being.
- Our mentors identify a young person suffering from a mental health difficulty and can refer them for extra support.
Please contact us at info@Juliancampbellfoundation.org for more information.