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Come along to our monthly groups and have your say about how you want mental health services for young people to look like in Greater Manchester. Each month we will chat about a different subject relating to young people’s mental health and create ideas of how it could be improved. These will be shared with the people that make decisions about how funding is spent.

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05 April 2021

A peer support group with social, therapeutic and creative elements for young women aged 16-25. 

Q42

Queer culture meets wellbeing peer support in a weekly group for LGBTQ+ people aged 13-18. 

The Q42 Book Club reads LGBTQ+ stories by LGBTQ+ authors about LGBTQ+ characters for LGBTQ+ readers at a relaxed pace and in an affirming space. 

A peer support group for Care Leavers aged 16-25 with a focus on completing research into how mental health services could be improved.

A space for young people aged 13-25 to get together and explore different ways of expressing themselves, through movement. 

18-24 This group is designed to help young people who have long standing difficulties with their feelings and relationships.

A way to connect with each other during the Covid-19 restrictions

It works by using the principles of a democratic therapeutic community. 

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