Building social and emotional skills
to BOOST mental health resilience
in children and young people in Europe

BOOST is the result of a cooperative effort between different stakeholders in the field of health research, dissemination, education, and policy making. Through the development of an innovative approach, it aims to promote mental health and well-being in the young. Mental well-being is central to population health and well-being. Not ensuring mental well-being can place a great burden on the individual and society. Therefore, it is important to promote prevention interventions that create resilience with long-lasting effects.

Lates news

Second BOOST Project Meeting in Poznan

From 6 to 8 May 2019 the BOOST consortium partners gathered in Poznan, Poland, for a 3-day project meeting together with members of the Advisory Board.

BOOST progress April 2019

Here’s an update on the progress of the BOOST project! We have now completed the formative study in WP1, and have started WP2, which is the development of the BOOST approach.

BOOST Project Meeting in Oslo, Norway

From 24 to 26 September 2018 the first BOOST project meeting gathered all consortium partners coming from four European countries as well as the members of the Advisory Board.

Presentation of BOOST project at Brussels dissemination event

EUREGHA presented the BOOST project at the Public Policy Exchange event on the promotion of young people’s mental health. The event focused on mental health policies for young people at EU level and best practices in the field of prevention and early intervention.

BOOST project Kick-off Meeting

The kick-off meeting of the BOOST project took place on 18-19 January in Brussels. During the kick-off partners convened to present the 7 work packages included in the project and prepare up-coming activities. The BOOST project aims at building social and emotional skills to BOOST mental health resilience in children and young people in Europe.

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