We exist to transform the health, social and economic inequalities of excluded groups.
We support teams to take what works in the clinic out onto the streets, to help young people where and when they need it.
Working with you
Our clinical and youth practitioners offer interactive and long-term experiential training
Thinking with you
Our expert consultants help services and teams articulate the change they want to see
Learning with you
Our knowledge base and evidence, built over a decade of practice, is available to support local systems change
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Our approach gives people a radically different experience of asking for help and of improving their own lives
MAC-UK has worked intensively and in the long-term with over 900 young people since we began in 2008.
The average cost per contact hour with the project, significantly cheaper than the NHS average for similar services.
The number of projects we have worked with, including 4 which are running today.
MAC-UK is delighted to announce the appointment of a new Chair and Vice Chair of Trustees, Paula Harriott and Ama Afrifa -Tchie.Paula and Ama will be taking over from Steph Taylor and Julian Thompson who will be stepping down after 3 years of great stewardship. They...
Youth charities MAC-UK and Art Against Knives are delighted to announce that Dr Sally Zlotowitz, previously Director of Public Health and Prevention at MAC-UK, is from January 2021 taking up the role of CEO at Art Against Knives. MAC-UK and Art Against Knives have a...
Briefing on the new Coronavirus Act 2020 and how the measures affect excluded young people, such as those MAC-UK work alongside
Given the recent, and rapidly changing, implications of COVID19, we wanted to outline our response and plans as an organisation and in our partnership projects. We know what fantastic work so many organisations do for young people and the way that people have responded and adapted has been incredible to witness, despite this difficult situation for practitioners and young people.
MAC-UK, Khulisa, StreetDoctors and Redthread respond to the Department for Health and Social Care’s prevention consultation
Introducing our new Vice-Chair
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