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Sonny Hawkins, 25, from Buckinghamshire, has created a website which will serve as a platform for bloggers with autism, mental health issues or a combination of both.

AMHA | Autism and Mental Health Awareness

Sonny Hawkins, 25, from Buckinghamshire, has created a website which will serve as a platform for bloggers with autism, mental health issues or a combination of both.

Issues: Mind

A group from Peterborough have created a website with the help of Fixers, offering young people with mental health conditions a forum where they can discuss their feelings confidentially with others. Led by Cydney Beagley, 17, Megan Hulme, 16, and Andrew Cooley, 16, the Fixers hope to their ‘Headout’ website will raise awareness of such issues and encourage those experiencing problems to seek help.

Headout

A group from Peterborough have created a website with the help of Fixers, offering young people with mental health conditions a forum where they can discuss their feelings confidentially with others. Led by Cydney Beagley, 17, Megan Hulme, 16, and Andrew Cooley, 16, the Fixers hope to their ‘Headout’ website will raise awareness of such issues and encourage those experiencing problems to seek help.

Issues: Mind

Bristol Fixer Imogen Smith, 22, has created a website with Fixers to break down the misconceptions and stigma attached to self-harm. The website offers information and action plans for family, friends, teachers and professionals, so they each know the role they can play in helping someone who is harming themselves.

Self Harm Organisation

Bristol Fixer Imogen Smith, 22, has created a website with Fixers to break down the misconceptions and stigma attached to self-harm. The website offers information and action plans for family, friends, teachers and professionals, so they each know the role they can play in helping someone who is harming themselves.

Issues: Mind

Fixer Stacey Patience from Avoch in the Scottish Highlands has helped create a website offering support to young people with eating disorders. The 22-year-old, who was diagnosed with anorexia in 2012, feels there’s a lack of support in her area and now wants to address this problem by creating an online platform where people with similar experiences can go and seek help.

Bite Me! Eating Disorders Support Website

Fixer Stacey Patience from Avoch in the Scottish Highlands has helped create a website offering support to young people with eating disorders. The 22-year-old, who was diagnosed with anorexia in 2012, feels there’s a lack of support in her area and now wants to address this problem by creating an online platform where people with similar experiences can go and seek help.

Issues: Mind

After developing an eating disorder in his teens, Brighton Fixer Sam Thomas, 21, wants to raise awareness about such conditions in men. With the help of Fixers, he has created the website called 'Men Get Eating Disorders Too' to help other male sufferers, so they can seek the support and help they need.

Men Get Eating Disorders Too

After developing an eating disorder in his teens, Brighton Fixer Sam Thomas, 21, wants to raise awareness about such conditions in men. With the help of Fixers, he has created the website called 'Men Get Eating Disorders Too' to help other male sufferers, so they can seek the support and help they need.

Issues: Mind

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