stem4 shortlisted in Children and Young People Now Awards 2017 and at the National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards 2017.
stem 4 is a finalist in the ‘Mental and Wellbeing Award’ category at the Children and Young People Now Awards and in the ‘Improving Access and Outcomes in Education’ category at the National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards 2017.
Dr Krause CEO, Founder of stem4, said:
We are very proud to have reached the finals of both the Children and Young People Now Awards 2017 and the National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards 2017. It is a tremendous boost for the whole team to be acknowledged for the work we do and confirms the importance of supporting children and young people’s mental health in schools.
stem4 is a Wimbledon based, award winning charity that supports teenage mental health through mental health promotion, building resilience and signposting early intervention. stem4 focuses on commonly occurring mental health issues in teenagers including eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-harm and addiction as well as working with students, parents and teachers in secondary schools. The stem4 free Calm Harm app helps teenagers manage the urge to self-harm.
The National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards 2017 will be presented on 12 October at the Imperial Hotel in Blackpool. Winners of the Children and Young People Now Awards 2017 will be announced on 22 November at the Gala Awards Ceremony at the Lancaster Hotel London.
Visit stem4 to learn more about its work with teenagers and young people.