Aimee is showing victims of bullying that negative experiences don’t define who you are.
Michelle wants people to stop treating those with disabilities differently.
Rebecca wants other young mums to follow their dreams and achieve their ambitions.
Lilian is promoting mental and physical wellbeing through healthy lifestyle choices.
Lisa wants to warn children about the dangers of legal highs.
Ffion is urging people to stay positive and beat the bullies after she was picked on at school.
Star is encouraging others to take up martial arts.
'Bella' is helping teenagers come to terms with their sexuality.
Shauna is encouraging pregnant teenagers to view their pregnancy in a positive light.
William is challenging bullies to become better people by asking them to think twice.
I want to show others that experiences with bullies shouldn't define you.
I want victims of bullying to get more support in school.
Lilian and her team want to promote healthy lifestyles.
I want to encourage more understanding about Crohn's disease.
I want to help young people discover their sexual orientation.
I want others to recognise that being homeless is nothing to be ashamed of.
We want to support to young women with our Pregnancy Journal.
I want young mums to not give up on their ambitions.
I want to show what bullying feels like from both perspectives.
Stephan is encouraging young people to be themselves.
I want parents to warn their children about the dangers of legal highs.
I want people to know how learning self-defence can improve self-esteem.
I want to encourage understanding of mental health issues.
I want to end the stigma against single parent families.
We want those with ADHD to be treated with respect.
I want others to know that cerebral palsy does not mean I can't speak for myself.
I want young people who have been sexually abused to seek help.
We want people with mental health conditions to speak out.
I want universities to be more supportive of a young carer’s needs.
We want doctors to talk to patients with learning difficulties.
I want to show others how martial arts can have a positive impact on their lives.
My team and I want young people to feel comfortable in their own skin.
We want to show parents how children can be affected if they witness domestic abuse.
I want the media to think about the messages they are sending to young audiences.
We want young people to know what is healthy and what isn't in a relationship.
I want to show people dealing with traumatic experiences that they’re not alone.
My team and I want to tackle misconceptions surrounding homelessness.
We want young people to make responsible choices when it comes to parenthood.
I want perpetrators of domestic violence to get help to change their behaviour.
My team and I want to challenge negative perceptions of young people in care.
Nicole Sneddon (23) from Grangemouth, Stirlingshire shows young people the reality and responsibilities of being a young parent in this Fixers film.
A music video about dealing with bereavement.
A short film raising awareness of anorexia.
The impact of FGM.
Ending the cycle of abuse.
Dealing with bereavement
Don't treat people with disabilities differently.
Young people in care matter.
Reach out. You are not alone.
Changing perceptions of homelessness.
Mixed media messages.
The benefits of martial arts.
Spotting the signs of an unhealthy relationship.
The pressure to be perfect.
I'm more than a disability
A film which raises awareness of ADHD.
Doctors, talk to me!
A film asking people to stop judging others......
Managing mental health
A teenager wants to reduce the number of......
Young people using their tough experiences at school to help others. Coming soon...
Young people use their experiences of eating disorders to help others.
In May 2015 the nation shared a hug in memory of Stephen Sutton. Find out more…
Fixers publish a ground-
breaking report on young people’s mental health. Read it here.
Click here for more on Fixers winning a 2014 National Lottery Award...
Find out what Fixers are doing to make UK's roads safer...
Information on drink, drugs and crime for youth, parents and professionals.
Take a look at the 12 different topics Fixers tackle with their campaigns...
Crime is varied, but here we tackle types of crime and the effects of crime on young people.
Discover information, stories, and facts about life in the home, in care and about homelessness from Fixers.
Your mind is a complex place, but the stories from Fixers aim to help you improve your mental health.
From sex to exercise, Fixers have a wealth of experience and information on how you can look after yourself.
Projects and information about how to deal with relationships of all kinds, and how others deal with them too.
Fixers tell their stories and provide advice about how keep safe.
Find out how Fixers are inspiring young people to develop and use further opportunities.
Read stories of Fixers who have been abused, and how you can change your life after all kinds of abuse.
Click here to find out how Fixers aim to change perceptions of young people and stop prejudice in society.
Fixers are addressing the various risks and impacts of taking substances...
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.