AT THE ST. MATTHEW’S PROJECT, WE PRIORITISE THE MENTAL WELL-BEING OF OUR YOUNG PEOPLE.
Our dedicated staff approach their work from a trauma-informed standpoint, recognising the importance of creating a safe and nurturing environment for those who have experienced trauma.
We also invest in ongoing training for our team to raise awareness and understanding of mental health issues, fostering a more inclusive and supportive atmosphere.
By being neurodiverse aware, we ensure that every individual is valued and can thrive in our community.
At the St. Matthew’s Project, mental well-being is at the core of our mission, and we are committed to providing the care and support our young people need to flourish
The SMP has its very own mental wellbeing outreach worker. This has been a huge boost to the organisation.
Our mental wellbeing programme includes the following:
Neurodiversity means differences in the way people’s brains work. We deliver training INSERT MORE HERE.
Trauma informed approach
By embracing a trauma-informed approach and adapting coaching styles accordingly, coaches can create a nurturing and empowering environment.