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Resilient Rutland is delighted to be funding Mental Health First Aid training forschools and community groups working with young people in Rutland. Over 200 people have already signed up for this fasttracked online training taking place before the end of the summer term. read more
Resilient Rutland are proud to offer over 200 arts and crafts packs to Rutland families to ensure our young people have access to creative materials during the lockdown. In many cases people do not immediately think about benefiting their mental health and wellbeing when they start a creative endeavour, read more
We are indeed living in strange times and the continued uncertainty is having an impact on us all. At Resilient Rutland we have been working hard on our website to provide trusted information on where to get help and advice. We have added specific Coronavirus information for parents and young people which has been created by the charity YoungMinds read more
With the closure of schools and the ever-changing situation regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) it is understandable that young people may be feeling increased levels of anxiety, concern or stress. Signposting to trusted information was already high on our agenda and we have developed a ‘Getting Help’ section read more.
The Resilient Rutland project is committed to placing young people at the very heart of our project. Lyn Harte, School Liaison Officer has been working with young people across the county to listen to read more.
Following a full review of the content of our project, Resilient Rutland can announce that our exciting new plans have been fully endorsed by the National Lottery Community Fund read more.
Resilient Rutland is delighted to announce the appointment of Lyn Harte to the role of School Liaison Officer. Lyn joins from her previous role as Head of Year 7, Pastoral Leader and A Level Psychology read more
We were delighted to attend the Rutland Young People's Awards last night - it was an inspirational evening and it was great to see so many young people getting recognition for their efforts. read more
NHS Digital has recently published findings on the mental health of children and young people in England. The sobering statistics show that one in ten (9.5%) children of Primary age have at least read more
To promote the launch of our project and to support Children’s mental Health week, Resilient Rutland were asked to take part in an interview with BBC Radio Leicester. Geoff was interviewed live by Ben Jackson last Friday morning. Please click here to listen to the interview.
Following an extremely successful launch event - view a selction of photos from the evening - see gallery
Rutland First is delighted to announce the official launch of its project Resilient Rutland, a three-year programme for the improvement of our young people’s mental health and well-being, supported with almost £500,000 read more
Young people of Rutland came together at Oakham Castle on 5th Nov to introduce the ‘Resilient Rutland’ project which has been awarded a Big Lottery Fund grant of nearly half a million read more
A grant of almost half a million pounds has been awarded to Rutland by the Big Lottery Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK, to support young people’s mental health read more
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