Association of Mental Health Providers
The Mental Health Sustainability Programme, administered by the Association of Mental Health Providers, proudly supports Muslim Youth Helpline (MYH) in its pilot cohort. We welcomed MYH as we were impressed by how they were able to evidence and evaluate the delivery of their hugely necessary and impactful work through the pandemic. Since then, their reputation has only grown and we see them as an organisation supporting an incredibly important facet of mental health service provision in the faith sector.
Working with MYH, we have found them to be professional, transparent, courteous and agreeable. Each request we have made of them has been met with kindness and turned around within the deadline to a high standard. We look forward to seeing this organisation flourish further.
We at Jeem Life, through our Journal, encourage anchoring to the grand traditions of altruism and charity emphasised in our faith. We’re proud to partner with MYH as they powerfully personify this philosophy in their pioneering work with the next generation.
SafeLives are a UK-wide charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse, for everyone and for good. They are independent, practical and evidence-led, with survivor voice at the heart of their thinking. They work with organisations across the UK to transform the response to domestic abuse.
MYH is working with SafeLives and 9 other digital and charity partners on a project called “Your Best friend”. We know that young women and girls seek help from each other and online, not from traditional services. Your Best Friend will empower young women with the knowledge and confidence to spot abuse in relationships and support their friends. Experts from 11 charity and digital organisations have come together with experts by experience – young women and girls who’ve experienced harm – to co-create the materials they wish they had, and place them where they are, online and offline.
Student Minds and Student Space
Student Minds, the UK’s student mental health charity run Student Space to help students find the support they need during coronavirus. The platform works to support students with access to dedicated support services, information, tools and student stories on navigating life during the pandemic and helps students find what support is available at their university.
Thanks to funding from Student Minds we are working in partnership to provide a helpline service for university students, offering support and signposting seven days a week by phone, Whatsapp, webchat and email.