MAC-UK works with several different projects all across London. Below is a map showing where they have been located.
We are disseminating our approach by working with innovative statutory and third sector organisations who work with the most excluded young people. The projects below all draw on MAC-UK's approach - Putting into practice the principles outlined here.
These projects aim to generate youth lead solutions, co-produce projects and employ those with lived experience, draw on evidence-based psychological practice and attempt to tackle the root causes of mental ill-health by changing wider social, economic and health policy that creates exclusion and inequality.
You can read more about our current projects by clicking on the project pages below.
Project Future is a community based, youth led mental health project, that seeks to transform mental health delivery for young men aged 16-25, who are involved in offending and serious youth violence in Haringey.Read more
Staying Close aims to promote the positive transition from Looked After Child (LAC) to Care Leaver and enable young people to visit and stay connected to their previous care homes, much like their counterparts who are not in the care system.Read more
MAC-UK are pleased to be supporting the London Borough of Havering following their successful bid to the Department for Education’s Innovation Fund to launch a new Social Care Innovation Programme ‘Face to Face Pathways’ from September 2017.Read more
Based in Barnet, REACH puts a range of professionals, like family therapists, social workers, clinical psychologists and family practitioners in one place so that families and young people can access them quickly.Read more
Catch22’s The Hive is an emotional health and wellbeing co-designed service which supports young people aged 16-24 in Camden with specialised one to one support work & group work delivered by young people, targeted activities and a safe space to be and offering training opportunities with our youth-led social enterprise.Read more
Project 10/10 targets young people in the Camden and Islington border area in the context of their peer group using an authentic youth-led approach and a peer-referral outreach model of delivery, supporting young people to break away from offending and antisocial activities.Read more