This was a three‐year project, funded by the Department of Health and Paul Hamlyn Foundation. Its aim was to transform the delivery of health services for young people by creating innovative new links between GPs and the voluntary sector.
The work was piloted in 10 areas in England. Activities have included joint national learning events and the design and implementation of innovative ways to improve the health offer to young people. The model has varied in all 10 sites, depending on the needs and ideas of the young people involved and the take up of commissioners.
This document outlines the key findings, achievements and recommendations of the project.