18 January 2021

Bullybusters FREE Relationship Programme

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.

18 January 2021

1:1 Bullybuster support

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.

18 January 2021

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

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

17 November 2020

Kooth Program of Sessions 2020/2021

Liverpool CAMHS partner, Kooth has a range of sessions available in Liverpool.

13 November 2020

Liverpool NOW Festival 2021

Established in 2015, by Merseyside Youth Association’s RAISE Team, The NOW Festival aims to engage young people in a creative discussion around the topic of mental health, through whatever ‘NOW’ issue is selected for that year. 2021 will be the NOW Festival’s 6th year.

23 October 2020

Wellbeing Education Return – Training for Primary School Operational Mental Health Leads

The Liverpool Whole School Approach partnership is excited to bring this training that has been written by DfE, Mind-Ed and Anna Freud Centre, and adapted by Merseyside Youth Association, Liverpool Learning Partnership and the WSA Partnership.

21 August 2020

COVID-19 Study parent/carer focus group

Are you a parent of a child/young person returning to school primary/secondary or sixth form school in September?  We would like to hear your thoughts and concerns in a focus group about a research study looking at the potential transmission of COVID-19 in schools.

21 August 2020

Seedlings Project update August 2020.

On completion of the PSS / YPAS Seedlings contract merge in April 2020, the YPAS Seedlings team of 19 Children’s Psychological Therapists are currently delivering a Seedlings service to 109 primary schools across the city.