STAMP (Support, Think, Act, Motivate, Participate) is a group of young people aged 14 – 25 working to improve the mental health and emotional wellbeing of young people across the city of Sheffield. Chilypep facilitates the group and helps implement their awareness campaigns to shape mental health servies for young people in Sheffield.
The BRV (Belonging, Resilience, Vocabulary) project works with a number of groups of young men and boys in Sheffield and Barnsley to help them achieve a sense of belonging, resilience and improved understanding of themselves.
Chilypep works with young people to set up peer mentoring projects to support other young people, including mental health support and environmental projects. We currently run the CHIL (changing, helping, influencing lives) peer mentoring project in Barnsley College for young people who want to offer and access peer support.
This is a project to support and engage with young women and girls who have experienced domestic violence. A collaboration between VIDA Sheffield, Young Women’s Housing Project Sexual Abuse Service, Haven House, Ashiana and Chilypep. Chilypep runs a Service User Involvement Group for young women and girls aged 16-25 affected by domestic abuse in all of its forms.
Working with young people in North Sheffield, the Rubic project will train and work with Young Community Leaders to help resolve community tensions between different communities, ethnic groups and nationalities and become community anchors for other young people. The project also involves a support group for young refugees and asylum seekers.
This project is in partnership with The University of Sheffield to encourage children to clean their teeth and value dental hygiene in a fun, creative and engaging way.
This is Chilypep’s Barnsley-based group for young people who want to change and influence mental health services. The group meets every Thursday 5pm-7pm at Horizon college.
My Mind, My Life! is a new project for children and young people in Sheffield aged 11 to 17 who need support with their mental health and well-being, funded by Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). My Mind, My Life! gives young people the chance to decide themselves what they need to improve their mental health and wellbeing and support them to take part in activities that help them achieve this.