By not getting involved in violence, you have so much more to gain. Violence can have devastating consequences on young people, families and local communities. It stops young people from achieving their goals in life.
The employers and organisations of Greater Manchester are making a commitment to help you stay well. Click here to see what they are offering. Support and opportunities you might not have known about before are just a click away.
We found 57 gyms in Greater Manchester where membership access costs less than £50 a month.
PureGym is a chain of gyms with 18 gyms in Greater Manchester.
If you have a smart phone or pc/laptop and going to the gym is not an option for you, try looking online for free YouTube home exercise videos. You'll find all kinds of tutorials to suit your level of fitness and ability.
The registered charity Young Minds have some really useful tips and resources on getting help with the following aspects your mental health during the pandemic:
I'm struggling to cope with lockdown
I'm feeling anxious all the time
My mood is low because of all the bad news
I'm anxious about all the changes
I'm struggling with isolation & social distancing
I'm struggling to manage my eating disorder
I've lost a loved one due to coronavirus
What else can I do to look after my mental health?