Mental Health Awareness Week

6 May 2022

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. Throughout the week on our social media channels,  we’ll be raising awareness of the impact loneliness can have on our mental well-being and sharing some steps we can take to address it.

Suicide Prevention Campaign

7 December 2021

Public Health Liverpool, in collaboration with the Liverpool CAMHS – Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust and Alder Hey Children’s Foundation Trust, has launched a city-wide ‘Reach Out Liverpool’ campaign to raise awareness of suicide prevention. It aims to raise awareness that suicide is preventable and to remove the stigma surrounding suicide – something which prevents […]

Liverpool NOW Festival 2021

15 July 2021

Merseyside Youth Association, the organisers of the Liverpool NOW Festival 2021, which was broadcast live on YouTube have hailed its first digital version a huge success.

New ‘one-stop-shop’ to get support from Liverpool CAMHS

11 May 2021

A new online resource has been launched to help children, young people, parents and professionals to make referrals into partnership mental health services and get support from Liverpool CAMHS.

Returning back to school: advice for families

6 March 2021

With children and young people returning back to school this week, Jackie Lunt Clinical Lead for Sefton MHST shares some advice for parents and carers.

Bullybusters FREE Relationship Programme

18 January 2021

In partnership with The Violence Reduction Partnership, that specialises in reducing crime, Bullybusters are offering a FREE  Relationship Programme to young people beginning in January 2021.

1:1 Bullybuster support

18 January 2021

Bullybusters are delighted to announce they will be delivering one to one sessions with children and young people who may be finding returning to school during the pandemic difficult.

Residents in Liverpool are encouraged to keep talking about their mental health during national lockdown

18 January 2021

People in Liverpool are being encouraged to talk to friends, family and those they trust about their mental health as the coronavirus pandemic continues.