The ICE Project is an innovative collaboration between Hampshire Cultural Trust and Hampshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS).
Since 2017, The ICE Project has engaged 230 at-risk and vulnerable young people aged 11-18 in cultural and creative activities designed to have a positive impact on health and wellbeing. Participants have reported increases in confidence, self-esteem, self-awareness, relaxation and sense of freedom.
The ICE Project’s current funding ends in spring 2020. We need further support for the programme to continue having a positive impact on the mental health of vulnerable and at-risk young people in Hampshire.
“I didn’t know any of this was out there and it’s made such a positive difference to me, my future and my health… I can only imagine what it can do for other people if it’s done this much for me.”
Christianne, participant, The ICE Project