The project Breaking Taboos about Mental Health aims to raise awareness on the issue of youth mental health amongst teenagers (15-19), parents and youth workers. It expects to equip youth professionals to destigmatise this topic by using:

  • storytelling
  • pedagogy
  • inclusion


  • A prevention kit that contains a guide, infographics, posters and a booklet in clear language
  • 5 interactive comics and workshops to learn to how create your own story
  • 30 pedagogical and activity sheets addressed to youth workers
  • A self-evaluation quiz to asses your knowledge on mental health

Les partenaires

ARTeria Foundation


The ARTeria Foundation implements a variety of projects and programmes supporting artists and the development of the cultural and creative sector around culture without borders, innovative education and multidimensional cooperation.

Druskininku jaunimo uzimtumo centras


Druskininkai Youth Center (DUC) is a public institution that works with young people aged between 14 and 29. The Center works in an open work with youth manner, that prioritizes the active participation of young people to solve leisure problems and integrates youth in Druskininkai by using non-formal education methodology.



As a center for educational innovation, Logopsycom creates and uses alternative methods or tools (digital or not) to support schools, vocational training centers, educational organizations, youth and parents. The center is specialized in learning disorders in young people, especially in “dys” disorders (dyspraxia, dysphasia, dyslexia…).

Zavod RISA


Institute RISA is a centre for general, functional, and cultural literacy which possesses a large european network in the fields of disability and human rights. In addition to being the first organisation to systematically introduce and develop the concept of Easy-to-read (Easy language) in Slovenia, the Centre organises training on accessibility of information for mental health and social care professionals.