Young People

Information, case studies and evaluation about our work with and for young people

Take Back Control

Black Country young people use powerful words and video games to take a stance on tobacco. See behind the scenes footage and get a great taste of what’s to come.

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Dudley Smokefree Arts Programme 2016-17

Dudley Public Health and Creative Health presents the Smokefree Arts Programme 2016-17. Click here to download the report on all the projects.  

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Kick Ash: If You Smoke, I Smoke

As part of Dudley Kick Ash programme, facilitated by Creative Health, college students worked with professional film makers Junction 15 to explore second hand smoke.                

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Kick Ash: Poison

As part of Dudley Kick Ash programme, facilitated by Creative Health, college students worked with professional film makers Junction 15 to explore the effects of smoking and addiction.  

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Kick Ash: Ways to Wellbeing

Kick Ash Ways to Wellbeing introduced Year 7 pupils to their school nurse in an assembly led by a young actor on stage, interacting with a short film sequence.

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Kick Ash: Overlooked

Overlooked investigated the less-obvious issues associated with tobacco use such as the effect on families and even crime.                          

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Kick Ash

The Dudley Office for Public Health has supported Creative Health develop a pioneering arts, health and wellbeing approach to working with young people (11-19) to reduce smoking in the region.

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Sex and Relationships Education

Dudley experiences a high rate of teenage pregnancies. This arts project worked with artists to develop a Sex and Relationship educational resource for young people and teachers working in Dudley.

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