Together For You successfully reached over 52,000 beneficiaries over the life of the project, however with the conclusion of funding we can no longer accept referrals for services.
The partner organisations will continue to deliever other services which may be of use to those experiencing mental ill-health under alternative funding arrangements.
For the latest signposting information, please visit http://www.togetherforyou.org.uk/how-can-we-help
The nine partners of Together For You were Action Mental Health, Aware, CAUSE, Cruse Bereavement Care, MindWise, Nexus NI, Praxis Care, Relate NI and The Rainbow Project.
Despite the end to funding, all nine organisations will continue to work together to share knowledge and campaign in order to improve mental health services for everyone in Northern Ireland.
Visit www.togetherforyou.org.uk for the latest information from Together For You.
Through a range of services, Together For You helped the young and old, men and women, minority groups (such as Black and Minority Ethnicities, and members of the LGBT community) and marginalised groups; prisoners, NEETS (Not in education, employment or training) and the unemployed.
This was the first time nine leading mental health charities came together to deliver a range of activities aimed at: educating people and their communities; raising awareness of mental health and encouraging help seeking, promoting good mental health; preventing mental illness and early intervention; and providing intensive support for those already experiencing mental ill health.
Activities over the last three years included mental health promotion in schools, activities that promote well-being in older people, campaigns to reduce the stigma and discrimination of mental ill-health, bereavement support, support for carers of those with mental ill-health and improved psychological therapies.
You can visit their dedicated website here.
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9 Leading Charities Who Came Together to Improve the Mental Wellbeing of People in Northern Ireland.