Education

Prevention and harm reduction: part of a consistent approach to substance use in young people

Read our third #LetsTalkPrevention guest blog by Harry Sumnall, Professor in Substance Misuse at the Public Health Institute, Liverpool John Moores University.

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Education

Prevention: A PSHE Perspective

In our second #LetsTalkPrevention guest blog, Mentor-ADEPIS associate John Rees writes about how much further we still have to go when it comes to high-quality health education in schools.

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Kinship care

From Families Together to Big Hearts

Our Policy and Communications Manager Liz Hurst sits down with Project Officer Sandra Henderson to talk all things Kinship Care.

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Education

Parents and Prevention

As part of #LetsTalkPrevention, Fiona Spargo-Mabbs reflects on the work of the Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation and how important it is for parents to be informed when it comes to preventing harm to young people from drugs and alcohol.

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News

“I’ve been privileged to see people at their best and worst”

Communications Officer Kate Holley talks with Community Development Manager Debra Anderson about what brought her to Mentor and what drug prevention work means to her.

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News

What does a prevention programme look like?

Young people from The Bottle Project created a profile to illustrate the positive impact our community prevention programmes can have.

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CEO Blog

CEO blog

Boris Pomroy reflects on an exciting few weeks at Mentor UK

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Mentor News

The Girls Allowed Project (GAP)

Mentor is taking referrals for our new programme in Scotland, focusing on girls and young women's health and wellbeing.

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Education

Real-Life Skills: Lessons from Blackpool

We reflect on our RLS pilot as it comes to a close

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News

Scott Sullivan joins Mentor UK’s board of trustees

Mentor UK trustees share a passion to improve the welfare of children and young people

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