Helping you get through tough times

Youth Network

ReachOut.com are calling for young people to use their passions to make a difference!

We’re currently opening the ReachOut.com Youth Network to people 16-25 years-old who want to be involved to help create a positive change in Ireland.Jon mills resized1

What’s it all about?

We believe everyone goes through tough times, and anyone can experience a mental health problem.

From issues like break ups to worrying about a friend, ReachOut.com is dedicated to helping young people through these tough times.

Being part of the ReachOut.com Youth Network means you’ll be joining hundreds of young people to promote positive mental health in your school, college and local community.

What does the network do?

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Some ways members get involved are:

  • Creating online content such as blogs, stories, photographs and videos
  • Promoting ReachOut.com events all around the country
  • Fundraising for ReachOut.com in your school, college or local community
  • Building and contributing to a healthy, helpful online community.
  • If you want to get involved and have skills we should know about, let us know!

Network events

We have informal drop-ins each month. This gives members a chance to connect and share ideas.

Eoin resized 3 (1)There are opportunities for informal and formal training throughout the year, from online mental health training to face-to-face media workshops.

ReachOut.com hosts its own events like the Speakeasy and Technology for Wellbeing Conference,¬†which wouldn’t be possible without the involvement of our volunteers.

There are opportunities to represent ReachOut.com at events like festivals and conferences. These events can be really fun and a great way to get the word out about ReachOut.com.

How do I sign up

If you’re between 16 and 25 years-old and want to get involved, just mail us¬†getinvolved@reachout.com

 

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