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Accessibility Info

We are committed to creating an environment that is both accessible and inclusive to young people. Here’s how we ensure that:

We are also committed to making our website accessible to allow a range of young people to access support for substance misuse. All our images have alternative text and videos have subtitling. We have also tried to structure our pages to best support screen reader use and make our website text as simple as possible to understand.


If you find any non-accessible content or have suggestions on how we can make our website accessible to a wider audience, we would love to hear from you.


What we’re doing to improve accessibility:

  • Researching with disabled users

  • Reduce the number of PDF’s we use on the website

  • Exploring accessibility add On’s


AbilityNet has a range of simple ‘how to’ guides to make your device easer to use. This includes how to make text larger, changing website colours and using speech recognition - Simple 'how to' guides to make your device easier to use | My Computer My Way (

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The Matthew Project pledges to continue helping children and young people flourish. For our pledge this year we

will create and develop opportunities for young people in our service to have a direct link to our Board of Trustees.


This will enable our service users to influence and help shape what we do through co-design and production. This gives young people a voice, enabling them to develop their knowledge and skills which will benefit them throughout their lives.

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