When I grow up I want to be…
Understanding what helps and hinders young people in becoming happy and healthy adults
As part of a RSE Scotland Foundation project, the Mental Health Foundation are carrying out research to find out how best to enable all young people in Scotland to make successful transitions to adulthood.
One of the first stages in this research to find out what people aged 10-24 living in Scotland, think helps young people become happy and healthy adults. To do this, young people are invited to attend two workshops, the first on 16th April in Edinburgh.
If you are aged 10-24, live in Scotland and would like to have a say on what a happy and healthy adulthood means to you, read the attached information and get in touch with Hannah Biggs on 0131 243 3800 or hbiggs@to register. Travel expenses will be reimbursed and lunch and refreshments are provided.
More information can be found in the attached documents.