Ensure services and support are available for those experiencing difficulties with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Sensory Processing Difficulties (SPD).
Work with young people aged 10 to 19 providing advice and support for drugs and alcohol.
Provide a short breaks service for disabled children and young people aged 7- 19yrs, particularly providing support around diagnosis and change of settings.
A registered charity working with young people and adults with mild to moderate mental health issues.
Supporting children, young people, parents, grandparents and other family carers affected by parental problematic drug and or alcohol use.
The leading children's mental health charity providing in-school therapeutic and counselling support to improve the emotional wellbeing of pupils, families, teachers and school staff.
Provides loss and grief counselling support to children and young people ages 4 to 19.
Direct work with children and young people and parents.
For those enrolled with the college we offer a counselling mental health and wellbeing service.
Advice, information and support for Kinship Families.
For young people who identify themselves as: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Trans, or who are Questioning their sexuality or gender identity (LGBTQ+)
Health & Wellbeing Project designed for young people by young people.
Assessment and treatment to young people when eating has become difficult.
Working with children and young people in school up to the age of 19, to identify their needs and working with a range of professionals to support those needs.
Supports young people aged 14 – 35 who have had a psychotic experience.
Liverpool CAMHS Single Point of Access will triage all referrals that are received and identify the relevant pathway for the child, young person and their parent /carer
Youth group that supports young people who identify as: trans*, gender questioning, or young people whose gender identity (internal sense of self) does not match with their assigned gender at birth.
Provides a range of services and links to health, education, and social care; supporting the mental health and emotional wellbeing needs of the community.
Work in partnership with individuals, families & professionals improving emotional wellbeing through better understanding & self management of ADHD, ASD & related learning difficulties.
Community-based learning, coaching & mentoring for children, young people & families living with a Neurodevelopmental condition including ASD, ADHD, sensory processing difficulties, specific learning difficulties including dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia & dyspraxia, speech language & communication difficulties, SEN & disability.