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See Me campaign uses music to support young people

Type: News Item Date Published: 17th September 2018
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Run a Feels FM Activity and be in the running to win £1,000 to help tackle mental health stigma and discrimination for young people.

What is Feels FM?

As part of Year of Young People See Me have created Feels FM, the World’s first emoji powered jukebox for mental health. It’s been made with young people, to promote music as a positive coping strategy to deal with feelings and encourages young people to share their views on what would make a difference for young people in Scotland to help end mental health stigma and discrimination.

Running Your Own Feels FM Activity

Alongside the online platform, young people have also helped See Me to make a Feels FM activity which brings Feels FM to life, to support young people to have conversations about mental health.

See Me are looking for organisations who engage with young people to run Feels FM activities across our campaign period. The pack is great for youth, community, or school groups, and See Me will give you everything you need.

As part of the sessions, we want to know young people’s ideas on what they think would help tackle mental health stigma and discrimination. The top two ideas will be given a £1000 grant to bring their idea to life.

Read more on See Me website (this link will take you away from our website)

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