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Head Out Too - BF Adventure

HEAD OUT TOO Group activity programme at BF Adventure to support young people with their mental well-being. Head Out Too is an early intervention programme for young people who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health which is having an impact on their day to day life, relationships or engagement in education. It involves an initial outreach and befriending process with site visits and taster sessions. Following this we offer six group activity days combining outdoor activities with workshops promoting resilience, social skills and building confidence. Through group work and 1:1 reflection we support young people with relevant issues such as recognising emotions, strategies to help with managing anxiety and healthy relationships.  This programme is fully funded by Children in Need but please be aware that spaces are limited - Head Out Too Programmes will run in the Summer holidays.  Group provision is aimed for 12 - 16 year olds and spaces are limited but we also have other provision available for young people requiring higher levels of support or for those within a different age range. 

Who to contact

Contact name
Jeni Stephens
Contact position
Prgrogramme Lead
01326 340912
Parent organisation
BF Adventure

Where to go

BF Adventure
Goodygrane Activity Centre
TR10 9BX

Please be aware that we are an activity centre and the paths around the site are uneven and can be muddy.  We would therefore suggest that you dress according to the weather conditions and that suitable footwear is essential!

Time / date details

Time of day
Session information
Sessions will be running throughout Summer 2019.

Other details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
Fully Funded Per Full Day
We also have other provisions available for young people requiring higher levels of support or for those within a different age range. Please contact for more information about the cost of these services.


Age ranges
From 12 years to 16 years
Referral required

Last updated: 01/10/2019

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