Unity has built up a successful prescription service for adults with mental health difficulties. They are now extending their services to include young people aged 11-18.
Unity are offering a service of social prescribing to our young people aged between 11-18 who are suffering from mental health difficulties and / or social isolation. Social prescribing enables young people to access support services in the form of community activities. This will work as either an alternative or a complement to medical intervention. The aim of this service is to empower our young people to find solutions before their mental health hits crisis point. Unity have successfully run a similar model for adults and therefore are looking to extend to our young people.
If you are a community group that would like to offer support to our young people please get in touch via email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Each social ‘prescription’ will be highly personalised to our young person, and rather than just a signposting service, Unity will support the young person to attend the sessions.
You can find the social prescription referral form here: https://bit.ly/2Yc2uUa