Belfast; Antrim & Newtownabbey; Ards & North Down Mid Ulster, Lisburn & Castlereagh
The three-year TAMHI Change Makers project is using the The National Lottery Community Fund grant to work with 35 organisations that champion sports/physical activity included sports club, youth groups and schools in the Greater Belfast area to run a mental health and well-being development programme. The programme is supporting groups to promote positive attitudes towards mental health and creating an environment where people feel comfortable to seek help. Each organisation will be supported to develop a trained well-being team and leaders will be trained in the project’s Mental Wealth Games programme. The project is also developing a toolkit, hosting workshops, supporting well-being teams to educate members, and promoting mental health awareness events.
Aims and objectives
1. Establish 35 Well-being Committees by March 2020
2. Change the culture of Mental Health within clubs; promoting positive well-being and tackling stigma
3. Improve levels of well-being understanding and resilience of 3500 people involved in groups
4. Train 50 Coaches per Year in Mental Wealth Games (150 Total)
5. Create and distribute 35 Mental Health Toolkits measuring engagement/understanding of team membership
6. 35 Clubs to be running ongoing mental health awareness programmes each year engaging 3000 people per year raising mental health understanding
7. Support University of Ulster to measure the impact of the 3 year longitudinal study of the impact of the programmes campaigns, training and impact on overall wellbeing.
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Type of OrganisationVCSE
NI Charity NumberNI104363
- Emma Bohill