An App for young people
Paul Creamer, a resident on Stinchcombe Hill, is part of a group of volunteers who have recently developed a mobile app to help young people cope with the pressures of growing up in today’s fast-paced world.
It is driven from a passion to educate, enable and empower, and to shift the stats surrounding mental health in young people.
The app is interactive and contains articles and videos covering topics such as dealing with stress, down days, eating disorders, exercise and resilience to name a few. You can access the free app through the web site
In these challenging time the content will help young people. Please share the link and contact us through the web site if you would like to help, all feedback is very welcome.
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