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Peaasi.ee - mental health e-counseling, web platform and online solutions for young people in Estonia.

Estonia

Project Facts

Project objective: Improved access to and quality of health services including reproductive and preventive child health care
Project promoter: NGO Peaasjad
Type of institution: Service provision organization (NGO)
Project number: EE08-0005
Target group(s): Children , Young adults,
Status: Completed
Initial project cost: € 247,201
Final project costs: € 240,048
From Norway Grants: € 180,069
The project is carried out in: Estonia

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This is a project under the programme: Public Health Initiatives

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What will the partnership achieve?

Summary of project results

 

In the framework of this Project the goals were to raise awareness of mental healt topics among young people and people working with young people, decrease the stigmatisation of people with mental health problems, support better accessibility to mental health services by fostering help-seeking behavior and facilitating e-consultations, prevent and relieve mental healt problems and facilitate early interventions, and to develop the website into an attractive, populaar and available platform. The planned activitis were: 1) E-consultations: 2015 people, 65% girls, 35% boys. From the feedback 98% of people were satisfied with this service. 2) Website www.peaasi.ee provides comprehensive information: information on websie is attractive and interactive: videos, experience stories, relaxation and visualization exercises, animations ect. 3) Self-help tools developed (fear ladder, anger boss, different worksheets ect) 4) Cognitive trainings: 5 trainings were developed (sorting, repetitiveness, reaction, emotions, metacognition training ect).

 


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