The Together Thrive programme pulls together three different types of support to provide our young people with a staged progression back into society.
Our young people have hidden complex challenges. We support issues including (but not exclusively): mental health concerns, high anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and autism.
Referrals are accepted from young people aged 16 and above, parents/carers and any professionals working with children and young people using the referral form.
Together Thrive offers:
- Together Outreach: At Home Support
- Together Inhouse: Clinical Therapeutic / Wellbeing Support
- Together We Thrive: Mentor Support
Participants are invited into the Together Thrive programme through an initial referral form process and a meet and greet appointment.
Referrals can be received for individual clinical support or for open review of programme support at initial appointment. Referrals are accepted from young people aged 14 and above, parents/carers and any CYP professionals using the referral form.
An At Home support programme designed to establish a wellbeing relationship, connection and a programme of support. Clinical staff engage, socialise and motivate independence and the ability to come outside of home. Arts For Life Project’s wellbeing practitioners and clinical counselling team work together to create opportunities for out of home intervention.
The Wellbeing and Clinical Team graduate Together Outreach participants into a Together Inhouse programme at the Arts for Life Project centre. They establish a safe and secure place for participants to access regularly whilst they continue their therapeutic journey back into society. A BACP registered clinical team are present to offer ongoing intervention for personal challenges, development and independence growth.
Together We Thrive
On developing a safe place for external interaction outside of the home, the young person will be invited to transfer into the Together We Thrive Mentor Programme where they are supported by a Community Youth Worker or Volunteer Mentor. This support creates achievable activities within the community. Working together with their Mentor they will build on independent life skills such as going shopping; visiting the park; interacting with peers; taking a bus or train. By creating achievable activities and working together to build independence. This facilitates the young person to re-integrate back into society.