Good for Girls

Providing young women access to mental health and wellbeing support

The Good for Girls programme offers young women access to relevant, holistic early intervention mental health support in trusted grassroots community spaces. Good for Girls helps youth clubs become mental health hubs and extend support for young women outside school. Trained youth professionals create safe spaces where young women can talk about their mental health alongside opportunities to develop relationships, skills and tools to maintain positive mental health. Young women get support earlier, meaning fewer require referral to specialist services.


How does it work?

Asset-based approach: In this model, community youth organisations will play to their strengths, developing young people’s social and emotional skills and supporting them to better understand mental health and well-being through positive activities in arts and/or sports.


I’m a London Youth member – how can I get involved?

Good for Girls is currently closed for applications. Overall, the 60 London Youth members on programme over the past 2 years have engaged a total of  600 young people in cohort 1 and 620 young people in cohort 2. The Programme Evaluation Reports were produced by our external evaluators Shephard and Moyes Ltd. and can be accessed by clicking the links below.

Good for Girls 2021-2022 Evaluation Report

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Good for Girls 2020-2021 Evaluation Report

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