Liverpool CAMHS recognised nationally

3 July 2020

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our partners have quickly adapted their ways of working to keep providing vital mental health care and support to all children and young people who need it. We are so proud to be featured among the many mental health teams across the country in this report. Click here to read about […]

CAMHS Delivery and Training Summary – APRIL

3 June 2020

These infographics outline the CAMHS support delivered to children, young people, parents and carers as well as feedback received. Feedback on the bite-size training opportunities has been extremely positive. To book a place on a future course please visit the training events page. Download a PDF of these infographics here.

Bite-size Training Opportunities

13 May 2020

Merseyside Youth Association’s mental health promotion team (RAISE Team), has developed a range of bite-size courses, adapted from courses they have previously delivered. These sessions cover a range of mental health issues which impact on children, young people and their families.

Online safety for children and young people

30 April 2020

A guide to staying safe in the online world – so they can explore the endless possibilities technology offers, and safely navigate any risks.

Support service for those bereaved by suicide available now in Liverpool

29 April 2020

As part of funding received from NHS England to scale up suicide bereavement support, a new service is now available in Liverpool for anyone affected by suicide. Amparo offers a suicide liaison service to those who are navigating the difficult terrain following a loved one taking their own life.

 Mental health and emotional wellbeing support for children and young people in Liverpool.

29 April 2020

Children and young people living in Liverpool who need mental health and emotional wellbeing support can now access a range of adapted services from the Liverpool Child Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) partnership. Organisations have revised the support they offer to help families during this difficult time.

Helplines for Settings and Families

28 April 2020

In response to the current coronavirus pandemic, Liverpool Local Authority’s SEND Support Services would like to offer advice and support to our settings and families during this difficult time.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): support for victims of domestic abuse

14 April 2020

We know the government’s advice on self or household-isolation will have a direct impact on families experiencing domestic abuse.