Join us and make a difference by being part of Merton's Under 18’s Health and Wellbeing Network
The Under 18’s Health and Wellbeing Network represents the health and wellbeing priorities of young people who live, study or work in Merton.
The purpose of the Network is to:
- Provide a voice for young people in the community about health and wellbeing issues,
- Review the health and wellbeing priorities of young people in Merton and help shape services,
- Increase awareness amongst network members of health and wellbeing issues and the services available to them
We meet online and in-person.
What will you get from being a part of the Network?
- Meet other young people in Merton who are passionate about health and wellbeing
- Experience that can go on your CV or your UCAS application
- Have the opportunity to take part in online sessions and or contribute to surveys or focus groups
- Access to resources used in online sessions such as presentations, health and wellbeing toolkits, and more!
Who will you be working with?
The Public Health Young Inspectors, Anna and Nicola, co-facilitate the Under 18’s Health and Wellbeing Network webinars which are led by expert speakers in their health area. If you would like the Network to focus on one of your specific health and wellbeing priorities at one of the sessions, drop some suggestions to our emails below!
How to become a part of the Under-18 Health and Wellbeing Network
The programme is open to all young people aged 11–17 years who study, work or live in Merton.
If you would like to be part of this network and to be the voice for young people’s health and wellbeing needs but you do not go to a school in Merton you can still join!
If you’d like to join, please complete the membership form and Online Safety Agreement returning it to us using the email addresses’ below: