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Positive Mental Health for Young Adults!

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About Us

What We Do

Mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety disorders and drug and alcohol use disorders affect more than one in six people across the European Union in any given year, especially with the recent global pandemic. The fear of being unpopular, unattractive or unworthy are the major stressors - for whom social media plays an important role – that strike the mental health of today´s young digital natives. Besides the impact on people´s identity and well-being, it is estimated that the total costs of mental ill-health at over 600 billion – or more than 4% GDP – across the 28 EU countries.

The Positive Mental Health Project is a funded by the EU under the Erasmus + programme and consists of six experienced partner organisations from six European countries including Spain, Ireland, Cyprus, Portugal, Czech Republic and Germany. The project aims to promote positive mental health and mitigate the impact of FOMO by developing a Toolkit of 12 interactive infographics and 4 learning resources, available for all learners and designed for remote use or use in workshop or group settings.

Outputs

Learning Materials

partners

The Positive Mental Health Project is brought to you by a team of six expert partners from six European countries including; Spain, Ireland, Cyprus, Portugal, Czech Republic and Germany. Together partners will use their knowledge and expertise in a collaborative environment to successfully implement the project goals.

News

Newsletter 1

Newsletter 2

Newsletter 3

Contact Us

To get involved and support our project, please find and follow us on Facebook at:

 

https://www.facebook.com/Positive-Mental-Health-Project-106721448291747

The European Commission’s support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Project Number: 2020-1-ES01-KA204-082053

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