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The Eco-Crisis, Our Future and Mental Health

The global environmental crisis causes harmful mental health and wellbeing effects, especially for young people. The eco-crisis, our future and mental health project (Ympäristö ja tulevaisuus mielessä, 2023-2025) offers support and materials free of charge for addressing challenging thoughts and emotions related to the eco-crisis and our future. The project also provides tools for volunteers, professionals, and parents to support young people in working through these thoughts and emotions.

Let's Talk about Children in Europe

The three-year project Let's Talk about Children in Europe (2023-2026) aims at dissemination and implementation of the Let's Talk about Children (LTC) model in eight European countries. MIELI is responsible for dissemination and implementation support in Finland. The EU-funded project promotes positive parenting in families in vulnerable situations. Implementation will be supported by raising awareness among decision makers and professionals on the need to support children.

Mental Well-being for Young Athletes project

The Mental Well-being for Young Athletes project improves the expertise of coaches. In the project, coaches are provided with content and methods to strengthen the mental well-being of young athletes. The material and the related online courses are freely available and designed to meet the needs of coaches involved with any type of sport.

Re-Map Project

The aim of RE-MAP project (Resilience, Mental Health, and Prevention) is to prevent radicalization by strengthening communities' resilience, and mental health skills and by developing a training course for professionals. The project is funded by EU ISF – Internal Security Fund 2023 – 2025.

Side by Side Project: Promoting Antiracism

The objective of the Side by Side project (2024-2026) is to offer support to adults who have moved to Finland and are experiencing racism. The project is value-driven and believes strongly in social justice, equal opportunities, and mental health for all. The three-year project is co-ordinated by Finnish Refugee Council and is co-funded by the European Union.