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- Me, Myself, and I
- If you're 20 years of age or under, you can get up to $1000 (if you're an individual), or up to $5000 (for groups) for your project.
Your imagination is your limit! Come up with a creative project and tell us how it's related to youth mental health and wellbeing and teaching other young people about it, and we'll fund you to do it 'cos we want to support you to RISE UP!
Rise is about rising up to help increase youth mental health awareness and reduce the stigma and discrimination for young people who have mental health issues. It's about empowerment and the opportunity for young people to promote mental health and wellbeing to other young people.
- Who is running RISE?
- RISE is a project of The Werry Centre for Child and Adolescent Mental Health workforce development programme.
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To promote the youth resources, services and role models in the Otara region. A DVD promotional tool will be put together with the main audience being high school/collage age youth in the Otara region. This project will address topics such as gangs, alcohol and other drugs, violence, tagging and other anti-social behaviours with a strong message through out the DVD about the importance of keeping mentally healthy.
Summer Dance Jam (Group)
Te Puke, Bay Of Plenty
To host a Bay Of Plenty alcohol and drug free dance event for young people 20 years and under that involves four small battle events outside in Te Puke, Papamoa, Mount Maunganui and Tauranga and a evening battle and concert on a Saturday night. The battles will be between individuals and crews with attendance also from some well known hip-hop crews. This project will promote and enhance self esteem.
Check M8 (Group)
To raise awareness about issues that affect young people’s mental health and well-being. Check m8 is encouraging young people to look out for each other. This project will raise awareness around what the warning signs around teen suicide are and where to go for advice and help.
3rd Round (Group)
3rd Round will use music as a tool to get across their messages to the youth. 3rd Round will make 8 more songs to go with their last project (straight proof, funded -in the pilot round) to create a album. This project will be focussing on discrimination, peer pressure, depression and different ways it can affect people such as suicide. All the songs are about youth mental health issues and how young people can better themselves and support themselves better by confiding in the ones they love.
Rise above it (Group)
To run an awareness assembly with a power point presentation and brochures to provide to the students at school. This project will be exposing the link between violence, anxiety, worry, depression and suicide. The brochure will contain information about helpful ideas, strategies of how to keep a healthy mental wellbeing, resources and contacts. Rise above it will raise awareness that all the challenges can be addressed, supported and changes made for a future life that is more positive.
Waitangi H-town Youth Stage 2010 (Individual)
To show case the youth talent in the Hamilton area. This project is part of an event on Waitangi day and will be offering information around youth mental health issues in a youth friendly way.
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Love Your Body Carnival (Group)
6 different carnival stalls within the school, where students participate in different educational and fun activities. Aim is to increase awareness and educate body image issues and to promote healthy bodies.
Mt Roskill, Auckland
A team of students within the school will meet regularly to discuss challenging issues, ideas and concepts, centred around the theme of prejudice (sexual orientation, race, ethnic group) with a guest person Phillip Patston. Aim is to reduce homophobia by broadening the minds of students.
A concert to launch youth week. Aim is to promote youth mental health and well-being.
The Call for Awareness (Group)
Hutt Valley, Wellington
To build capacity in young people within the community to promote well-being and giving them tools and knowledge to support others to do the same. Aim to promote youth mental well-being.
Blue Out Project (Group)
Provide 4th/5th formers with positive activities to do with their time including a ‘blue out’ themed party. Mentors will be forming a big bro/little bro relationship with the youth so they have someone to look up to and have someone to talk to when needed. Aim is to try decrease binge drinking within the 4th/5th formers age range in the Wanaka area and promote youth mental health.
Radio Jam (Individual)
Using the local radio station Radio Jam will promote and raise awareness about youth mental health by focussing on positive ways that you can look after yourself, letting youth know that emotions are ok, providing strategies to seek support such as talking to family or friends or seek support from one of the youth organisations in Hamilton. Aim is to promote and raise awareness around youth mental health.
Music For The Eyes (Individual)
This project will be done through murals that will dictate the issues of family, friends and individuals battling with/associated with or living with mental un-wellness. Aim is to create an awareness/understanding for youth around well-being and mental health.
Striding Forward (Individual)
This project will present in a school environment in the Waikato District to raise mental health awareness and to provide a resource pamphlet to the young people. Aim is to raise awareness around youth mental health and promote recovery.
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MusiK 4 THA SOUL (Group)
Professionally record their own music that they have composed that will help voice young people’s thought’s. Aim is to help youth express the way they feel, promoting youth mental health, self confidence and reduce discrimination against youth and self confidence.
Green Bay, Auckland
Art exhibition of artwork portraying a journey. Aim is to promote hope and raise awareness of recovery.
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