This year we focused on campaigning online with young people, spreading awareness and positive tools to support emotional wellbeing and mental health and encouraging a mental health friendly and inclusive workplace.
Worked with Young People
Worked as a Chilypep Team
Worked with other services
For World Mental Health Day 2020 Chilypep worked alongside young people, the Chilypep staff team and other services to come TOGETHER to share our supports for #WMHD2020
The Young People we work with…
The inspirational Young people we work with from STAMP and OASIS have been getting creative to campaign for
‘Mental Health for All’
We are all in this TOGETHER and TOGETHER we can bring about mental health for all.
Watch our Young People’s film:
Some of our staff from Chilypep took part in Mental Health First Aid England’s #MyWholeSelf campaign. We put all of our images TOGETHER to create a short film and encourage others to bring their whole self to work.
My Whole Self is calling on organisations to empower people to bring their ‘whole self’ to work because it’s better for mental wellbeing.
Find out more about the campaign and how you can get involved at mhfaengland.org/my-whole-self.
Watch our Chilypep staff’s #MyWholeSelf film:
Working with other services…
Chilypep worked with the Barnsley 0-19 Public Health Nursing team and Barnsley CAMHS to share what they would add to the Youth Mental Health First Aid Kit to support positive emotional wellbeing and mental health.
TOGETHER we produced a short film that also encourages others to share their top tips with us!
Watch our working together film:
Other useful resources:
Barnsley 0-19 Public Health Nurses
Find out more about who they are and what they do by watching their short film below:
Watch the Barnsley CAMHS video:
Our digital Youth Mental Health First Aid Kit was last updated in May 2020! You can download the Youth Mental Health First Aid Kit here:
Download the Sleep Toolkit here:
Young People’s Mental Health Passport
The ‘My Mental Health Passport’ website is a free space where young people can describe their experiences, preferences, emotions and feelings in a confidential environment. It’s been designed by young people for young people, so they can have more control over their information and their own stories. They’ve also added an emoji journal so young people can keep a track on mood or experiences between appointments to give a truer reflection of how they have been over the course of a week or a month.
When, where and how young people share their personal information in the passport is up to them- but it will hopefully help them manage difficult conversations with professionals.
The website also includes a ‘Help and Advice’ section, with a list of other websites that can offer help and advice, even if your not logged in.
You can visit the website at www.mymhp.org.uk