The toolkit has been developed to expand the reach of mental skills training and strengths-based activities; providing an evidence-based tool for use in different sectors. It was introduced as part of a launch event at a symposium in November 2019.
The Toolkit has been designed to be used in a collaborative way between service users and providers, deciding together which tools are most relevant to them and co-producing goals and plans
In response to feedback from attendees at the launch event in November 2019, the team have also launched an accompanying toolkit guide, which will serve as support material to aid psychologically informed delivery of the toolkit.
A fully accessible version will be available via the below link before the end of January 2020.
Links and Downloads
The toolkit is also available to download from sprintproject.org.
MST4Life™ has increased positive outcomes for over 600 homeless young people with different support needs and an external study has shown it has saved the taxpayer over £800,000.
A free lecture on MST4Life™ entitled ‘Realising Potential’ will be taking place on 27th February 2020.