This Spring, MAC-UK launches a brand new project to develop our innovative approach to supporting excluded young people in their place and at their pace.

NQ-INTEGRATE will train two newly qualified practitioners in our approach by placing them alongside existing community projects, with the intention that the 'street therapy' model will be replicated within the services and wider systems that young people interact with every day. 

The project is made possible with £68k funding from the Berkeley Foundation, whose community investment funding programme has committed £279k to make a difference to young people's mental health by funding six local, specialist charities across London.

The new project means that MAC-UK will support a further 290 excluded young people over the next two years.

For more information about MAC-UK's London projects, take a look at our work.

If you think you could be our next INTEGRATE practitioner, take a look at our current vacancies.