42nd Street has a 40-year history of supporting young people aged 11-25 years across Greater Manchester with their emotional well-being and mental health, by promoting choice and creativity. We champion a young-person centred approach that demonstrates local impact and has national significance.
We offer a variety of choices and routes for young people, including one to one counselling, therapy, psychosocial support, access to therapeutic issue based and identity-based groups.
We also run creative projects from The Horsfall, our venue for our arts and community programme.
We pride ourselves on our engagement with young people, respecting them as the experts in their own lives and this ethos is a constant throughout all elements of our service; young people can selfrefer, they set their own personal goals with their one to one worker, they design and deliver group work opportunities, they are peer researchers, peer ambassadors and have seats on our Board.
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