Introducing the Nominet #RESET mental health funding programme
The #RESET Mental Health Programme is a large-scale programme providing grant funding for up to 18-months into two key areas of the system surrounding young people, and forms part of our ambition to improve the lives of 1 million young people a year by 2020.
We believe that young people experiencing mental health challenges could receive better support if we can help to #reset the current system, through directing our funding into two key areas...
1) Digital Services
Grants supporting digital mental health services by increasing the digital capacity of expert mental health charities working nationally in the UK. This will give young people access to better quality support more specific to their personal needs and offer improved integration with offline services.
2) Digital Patterns and Pathways
Grants supporting broader digital initiatives that boost collaboration, pathways and service quality across the mental health sector. By supporting digital collaboration and integration, not only will the quality of digital services improve but young people will be better equipped to find them.
Our #RESET Mental Health Programme Partners - Digital Services
To take their services to the next level, Nightline Association need to go on a journey of digital transformation. Their goal is to invest in building an intelligence dashboard and test new ideas using their growing digital platform. It’s hoped that, through the funding, Nightline Association will be able to support even more students each year collaborate better across their entire network, sharing knowledge and insights with each other and the wider university population.Find out more
stem4 will increase their digital capacity; building their digital team and marketing outreach, as well as better measure the effectiveness of their apps. It is hoped that through these core activities, the stem4 portfolio of evidence-based apps are more sustainable and able to reach even more young people, with support specific to their needs.Find out more
The Mix have piloted a Triage Tool which can be embedded on the websites of schools and universities, allowing young people a shortcut to accessing their services. Through broadening the reach of the triage tool, the expert support services from the Mix will be available to far greater numbers of young people on the platforms and on sites they are already accessing, resulting in an improved mental health support journey for young people in a much wider range of settings.Find out more
YoungMinds will improve how you find and navigate their website and improve the content to help young people find what they need, when they need it, allowing them to take practical, actionable steps to help themselves and their peers. Using their content as a service, YoungMinds expect these improvements to their site to support many more young people and benefit from, their expert online resources.Find out more
Place2Be will offer a wider range of better targeted, well integrated interventions, to deliver greater and more cost-effective impact for more children and young people. It is hoped that, through the funding, Place2Be will be able to introduce an online support platform for parents in all of the schools it supports, and build in-house skills that will form the foundation to establish digital platforms as a core vehicle for its service delivery.Find out more
Our #RESET Mental Health Programme Partners - Digital Patterns and Pathways
Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families
The Anna Freud Centre’s youth-facing website, ‘On My Mind’, needs to evolve to become the go-to source for the best information and signposting for young people at any stage of their mental health journey, including building an evidence base for what works on and through the site to inform future development.Find out more
Chasing the Stigma
Chasing the Stigma run the Hub of Hope, a digital signposting tool. Its aim is to undertake developments to the tool which will allow it to partner with national public/private organisations and therefore reach many more people seeking mental health support through different channels.Find out more
Barnardo’s and Snook
'Design Patterns for Mental Health' is an online library of best practice guides to help organisations develop digital mental health services. Our funding will expand the library and create a dedicated section for the youth sector. The hope is that this will make developing new services cheaper, better clinically evidenced and easier to implement for the entire sector.Find out more
Developing the #RESET Mental Health Programme
Hear from some of the charities involved
Sarah Drummond, CEO & Founder at Snook and Jason Caplin, Director of Design, Data, Digital and Technology at Barnardo’s
Dr Nihara Krause, Founder & CEO of stem4
Sophie, Young Champion at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families
Joe Martin, Trustee at Nightline Association
Sarah Drummond, CEO & Founder at Snook
Emma Thomas, Chief Executive at YoungMinds
Jason Caplin, Director of Design, Data, Digital and Technology at Barnardo’s
Ross Handby, Deputy Director of Digital at The Mix