New survey hopes to come up with innovative approaches to dealing with young people's anxiety

By Jamie Hill - 14 October 2019


Swindon-based charity Inner Flame would like 16 to 25 year olds who have suffered from anxiety to fill in a new survey.

The survey will help tailor the charity's new programme and will help them come up with some innovative approaches to help young people take care of their own mental health.

The survey can be completed by clicking here:

Inner Flame is a Wiltshire-based charity that offers free courses to develop confidence, self-worth, life-skills, and employability in 16-25s who are at a disadvantage. Founded in 2008, they are perhaps best-known for their delivery of the 12-week Prince’s Trust Team Programme which gains participants a nationally recognised qualification, as well as providing invaluable opportunities for personal growth, such as the residential week away and the two-week supported work placement.

Their work is designed to support 16-25s not currently in education, employment or training who are experiencing barriers to independence or contributing to their community. These are individuals from all kinds of backgrounds and each have very individual adversities to overcome.

The charity believes that every young person has something to offer to the world, and their goal is to assist them in getting there.

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