A voice and a choice for our mental health
Right Here offer FREE resilience-building activities to people aged 18-25 in Brighton and Hove. All our activities have been chosen by young people! [Please note that contrary to what it says in our guide, our activities are now for 18-25 year olds only]
Through our activities we provide young people with the opportunity to develop confidence and resilience, meet new people, and have fun. Find out more about what we mean by ‘resilience’ and why we offer these activities.
Our activities guide 2014
Because we’re running a smaller activities timetable this year, our excellent volunteers have put together an Activities Guide (click to view it) to tell you about other organisations running free or low cost positive activities for young people aged 18-25 around the city. [Please note that contrary to what it says in our guide, our activities are now for 18-25 year olds only]
Our activities schedule 2014
We are running a smaller activities timetable for 2014:
- Creative Arts for Building Confidence – arts based confidence building group
- One group starting 14 February
- One more group during the year, which won’t start until April or later
- Keep Calm and Carry On – anger management course
- Two groups during the year, starting in April or later
- Walk and Talk – counselling and group walk for supporting people experiencing anxiety
- Three groups during the year, starting in April or later
Advanced booking is essential for all of our activities. To book onto an activity, download an Activities Registration Form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org (or post it to: Right Here, Reed House, 47 Church Road, Hove, BN3 2BE)
For any further questions and information about activities, email: email@example.com - but please be aware that we have limited time to check this email address, so please bear with us if it takes us a little time to get back to you.
Please note there are a limited number of spaces on each activity. If an activity is full, priority for places goes to people in the following groups: NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training), Young parents, Young carers, Those who have been bullied or bully others, Young people who feel isolated, Homeless or separated from families, Those who misuse substances, LGBTU (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, or Unsure), Young people with physical and/or learning disabilities, Young offenders, Young people in or leaving care, Asylum seekers or refugees, Black and minority ethnic young people.