Youth Board Faces

Our Partners

Working together with other organisations is a core part of what we do at Youthspace and it is key to improving mental health services.

Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care

National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRCs) are collaborative partnerships between universities and surrounding NHS organisations, focused on improving patient outcomes through the conduct and application of applied health research. See more information on CLAHRC - West Midlands here (

Academic Health Science Networks

AHSNs have been established to deliver a step-change in the way the NHS identifies, develops and adopts new technologies and are predicated on partnership working and collaboration between the NHS, academia, the private sector and other external partners within a single AHSN context and across AHSNs.

University of Birmingham

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University of Warwick

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Newman University, Birmingham



St Basils

st basils logoSt Basils works with young people to prevent youth homelessness by providing accommodation and support services.


The Prince's Trust

Princes Trust Logo officialThe Prince's Trust has become the UK's leading youth charity, offering a range of opportunities including training, personal development, business start-up support, mentoring and advice.


Time to Change

time to changeTime to Change is England's biggest programme to challenge mental health stigma and discrimination.


International Association of YouthMental Health

iaymhThe International Association of Youth Mental Health (IAYMH) aims to ensure that mental health services are more responsive to the health needs of young people across the world.


Common Unity

common unityCommon Unity looks to promote mental wellbeing in disadvantaged communities through effective communication and the development of holistic services.



big lottery logoThe BIG Lottery funded HeadStart programme is intended to help equip young people aged between 10 and 14 to deal better with difficult circumstances in their lives, so as to prevent them experiencing common mental health problems.

This investment is being trialled in the following 12 areas: Birmingham; Blackpool; Cornwall; Cumbria; Kent; Kingston Upon Hull; Knowsley; Lewisham; Middlesbrough; Newham; Southampton; and Wolverhampton.



YB BRAP LogoBRAP are an equalities charity, inspiring and leading change to make public, private, and third sector organisations fit for the needs of a diverse society. They offer tailored, progressive, and common sense solutions to equalities research, training, and community engagement issues.



beat freaksBeatfreeks is a place for you to learn, share, grow and develop as an emerging musician, artist, leader and social entrepreneur.

MAC Birmingham

mac birm purpleWith over 850,000 visits every year, Midlands Art Centre (MAC) has served as one of the country's foremost arts centres for over 50 years. With artists and audiences at its heart we provide opportunities for people from all backgrounds to see, hear and, most importantly, make art.


Birmingham City Council

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Birmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group

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Birmingham South Central Clinical Commissioning Group

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Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group

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