Charlene wants to show those experiencing bereavement that they don’t have to grieve alone.
Leonie shows others how they could benefit from joining a youth organisation.
Abbie and Corrina launch campaigns to help tackle mental health issues in young people.
Naomi Lea wants to help young people spot the signs of a mental health condition.
Katy wants to inspire young people in care to stay positive for the future.
Laura Turner hopes to inspire confidence in people who live with alopecia.
Sam Kaye is encouraging young people with disabilities to take up martial arts.
Naomi Barrow wants more support for young people with a terminally ill parent.
After she was diagnosed with ME, Hollie sheds light on a condition that can be misunderstood.
Ashley and Zoe help young people find further education or employment opportunities.
I want to show others, who are coping with grief, that help is available.
I want to help young people spot the signs of a mental health condition.
I want to improve support for young people who have a parent who’s terminally ill.
I’m encouraging young people with disabilities to try martial arts.
I want to encourage young people to join youth organisations.
I want to inspire young people in care and encourage them to stay out of trouble.
We want to show how activities such as dance can improve mental wellbeing.
We want to help young people stay in education, employment or training.
I want women to feel confident and happy with their natural hairstyle.
I want to encourage people with alopecia to be confident in themselves.
My team and I are reaching out to young people with mental health issues.
I’m sharing my experiences to help families with a child in intensive care.
I want to show young men with depression that there’s no shame in seeking support.
I want to challenge people who say ME is not a 'real' illness.
I want to challenge negative stereotypes of young people.
My team and I want to encourage students to talk about mental health.
My team and I want universities to help asylum seekers access higher education.
I want young people who have hearing loss to embrace it as part of their identity.
My team and I want to help put a stop to cyberbullying.
I want to help others express themselves through music.
I want to warn others of the dangers of legal highs.
My team and I want others to recognise the vital role played by young carers.
I want young people to speak openly about bereavement.
I want young people to take care of their mental health.
I want to encourage other young people with mental health conditions to seek help.
We want young people with mental health conditions to get better support at school.
My team and I are warning young people that drug abuse can destroy lives.
We want employers to recognise the potential of job applicants with dyslexia.
We want mental health conditions in young people to be taken seriously.
My team and I want to challenge negative perceptions of street dance.
Could you spot the signs of a mental health condition?
Showing the dangers of drug abuse.
Using technology in moderation.
Tackling the stigma surrounding eating disorders.
Seek help for self-harm.
Are you doing your bit to protect the planet?
Spot the signs of a mental health condition.
Be mindful of your mental health.
Spot the signs of domestic abuse.
Helping asylum seekers access higher education.
Stop the stereotypes. Not all young people are bad news.
There's no shame in asking for help when you have a mental health condition.
Struggling with a mental health issue? You're not alone and help is available.
The intensity of intensive care.
Coping with grief.
Find out more about an event dedicated to eating disorders
Find out more about the nation-wide event inspired by Stephen Sutton...
Get the details on the big event happening on 11th March 2015...
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 is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.