Mental health and wellbeing

Go wild for wellbeing

Autumn is often a time of transition for young people.

Gone are the long, leisurely days of summer. Instead, they're faced with the busy hustle of work and school, with less sunlight and colder weather around the corner.

It's a time of change and new beginnings.

Going to a new school, college or uni. Starting a new academic year, course or apprenticeship. Getting a new job and adjusting to the 9-5.

So, at this exciting, but challenging, time of year we're shining a spotlight on young people's mental health and wellbeing.

Free report: Mental health and resilience

This free report focuses on ways we can help young people build their resilience.

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Free report: Connecting young people to nature

Mental health issues in young people are on the rise. With more of their time being spent in a virtual, technologically-advanced indoor world, is this to blame? And if so, what can be done?

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Further info
Free report: Young People's Mental Health and Wellbeing: Connecting to Nature
Webinar: addressing the decline in pupil mental health
Support us: how you can help

We are determined that financial barriers should not be a limitation to young people experiencing Outward Bound. Last year we were able to support 80% of attendees with financial assistance from our bursary fund.

You can donate at any time to help us.

If you are a corporate organisation who would like to support our work, particularly around mental health and wellbeing read more here.

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