The ICE Project is a series of free arts workshops and creative opportunities, for young people known to Hampshire CAMHS.
Hampshire CAMHS believe the Arts and cultural experiences have an impact on the emotional and psychological health and wellbeing of children and young people
The ICE Project is an ambitious and original collaboration between Hampshire Cultural Trust and Hampshire CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service).
This current 2-year programme seeks to encourage young people between 11 and 18, who are either waiting for a CAMHS intervention, receiving treatment, or who have been recently discharged, to engage in our Arts programme.
This is a free opportunity to join a 10-week programme working with professional artists, using a variety of different art forms.
To see what The ICE Project is about, to see other Arts projects done with young people, and to hear what they thought, take a look at our short films.
Listen to three songs created and sung by young people on our lyric writing workshops, as part of our Spring ICE Project
Click below to see two case studies:
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