Alder Hey CAMHS has moved

2 November 2022

All Eating Disorder Services, the CAMHS Crisis Care Team, and some Liverpool Fresh CAMHS appointments, are now run from the new Catkin Building (adjacent to the Institute in the Park, just off Eaton Road).

Mini-Hack Sessions: Community, Racism & Diversity and Education

17 October 2022

Merseyside Youth Association’s RAISE Team are working in partnership with the Targeted services for young people’s team in Liverpool City Council to host a series of ”mini-hacks”.

Nurturing Empathy Before Transition Project – gets underway in Merseyside

21 September 2022

The Nurturing Empathy Before Transition (NEBT) project is a 3-year independent evaluation of the Roots of Empathy programme. The evaluation is being conducted by Sheffield Hallam University, and the project is resourced by the Youth Endowment Fund.

Help Us Design a Whole School Approach to Building Resilience

16 August 2022

We know that being resilient means having the ability to overcome stressful, challenging and sometimes traumatic experiences. Developing resilience in school and college helps to ensure children and young people maintain positive wellbeing and mental health and prepare to enter adult life with more readiness to handle life’s challenges.

World Mental Health Day 10th October

8 August 2022

October 10th is World Mental Health Day. The official theme is ‘Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority’ and the Liverpool CAMHS Partners have a programme packed with fun events and inspiring activities for schools to get involved with.

Young Person’s Advisory Service (YPAS) lends its voice to the national #FundTheHubs campaign

18 July 2022

In the past year, YPAS has supported over 9,500 children, young people and families and delivered over 49,000 sessions of therapy and support as young people continue to struggle with the aftermath of the pandemic and other challenges in their lives. The number of young people seeking help has increased, and staff are working hard […]

Merseyside mentors could leave legacy lasting years

11 July 2022

A teenager who was racially abused but has now found the strength to re-educate his bullies was one of hundreds of high school children honoured as one of  Merseyside Youth Association’s Mentors in Violence Reduction last week.

New analysis reveals trends in children and young people’s mental health care in Liverpool and Wirral

11 July 2022

The Health Foundation’s Networked Data Lab (NDL) has analysed data across England, Scotland and Wales to reveal new insights about children and young people receiving mental health support.