Our work is centred around early intervention and prevention – helping to avoid the unnecessary escalation of mental health problems
We’re a charitable initiative providing mental health support in schools, and one-to-one therapeutic support for young people up to the age of 25 on the Isle of Man. Which we do completely free of charge.
We also work with organisations on the Island, offering a range of wellbeing solutions including mental health training, and a counselling service employee benefit.
How we’ve helped so far
How we help
We firmly believe that mental health education should be embedded from an early age and that everyone should have access to effective mental health support at the point of need, not the point of availability
There’s lots of ways you can support us to remove the stigma surrounding mental health whether that’s taking part in an event, fundraising for us or involving your company.
The latest from us
What is Anxiety-Based School Avoidance (ABSA) and how can you help a young person struggling to attend school?
Mental Health Awareness Week: Understanding anxiety in the workplace
Helping secondary school students to manage anxious thoughts and worries through our Listening Service
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If you’re passionate about mental health and would like to know more about the vital work we do and how your donations make a difference, get involved and receive our regular email newsletter. Don’t worry, we won’t bombard your inbox with emails, and will usually only send you something once a month.
The charity is led by Chief Executive, Andrea Chambers, and all professional standards are overseen by our Board of Directors.