How it works

Welcome to The Interface. Many individuals, charities and organisations are already working toward better mental health, skills development and prospects for young people. We’re not trying to replace these organisations, but why not practice what we preach, and work together?

We see The Interface as a place where those working toward a common goal (supporting the good mental health and improving prospects of young people though skill development) can come together to collaborate, share ideas and best practices, receive updates and the latest news.

  1. Create an account – it’s 100% free, and always will be.
  2. Update your profile – so others can find you.
  3. Find your community – use groups to find the people and organisations you want to connect with.
  4. Start talking – browse the forums to find topics that matter to you, or start your own! You can also submit blogs, start your own groups and connect on social media.

The Interface brings people together to work toward one common aim – improved mental health and prospects for young people. Anyone can join, discuss, share and contribute.

Perhaps you’re an individual – a parent, teacher, carer or volunteer – who’s concerned about how the digital age is affecting the mental  health of the next generation. You may be involved with a charity that works to develop skills like team work, confidence, communication, and motivation in young people. Or maybe you’re an organisation that actively promotes initiatives that build these skills.

Read more about our Origins and Aims.