YPHP resources

YPHP resources

The Young People’s Health Partnership represents the interests of young people and young adults aged 10 – 25. We focus specifically on young people facing health inequalities. We are a partnership of six organisations with VCSE networks across England from the youth and young people’s health sectors.

Resources produced by the Young People’s Health Partnership are available here.

Take Over Day

Take Over Day report – 2015

Take Over Day Toolkit

Take Over Day Resources

Mental Health

Young, adult and ignored – Getting a fair deal for 16-24 year olds from mental health services

Case studies of prevention work in the voluntary sector

A Foot in the Door – VCS Providers’ View of CAMHS transformation


Evaluation of the Youth Health Champion Programme

Measuring Matters: an introduction to the Standard Evaluation Framework for Physical Activity

Substance Use

Novel Psychoactive Substances Insight Report: ‘‘The View from Young People’’

Novel Psychoactive Substances Insight Report Executive Summary: ‘‘The View from Young People’’

The Immortals – Key Learning Report

Young People and Substance Misuse Report


Confidentiality and Safeguarding report

Social Action

Social Action Case Studies

Social Prescribing

Social Prescribing for Young People

Longterm Conditions

Children and Young People’s Cancer Services – Ambitions for the Next 10 Years

The Best Chance from the Start Report

Training & Commissioning Guides

Health – How to Address Inequalities

Health – How to Make a Business Case

Health – How to Measure Outcomes

Health – How To Put Evidence into Practice

Health – How to Scale Up

Health – How To Sustain a Project

Health – How To Undertake a Needs Assessment

Health – How To Work in Partnership

Health Training for Youth Workers and Sports Coaches

Health Inequalities & Social Determinants

Health Inequality and Access To Justice

Social Determinants of Young People’s Health


Making Integration a Reality Report – Part 1

Making Integration a Reality Report – Part 2

Young People’s Rights

Rights Resources for Professionals Working with Young People


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