The Liverpool CAMHS Partnership is adapting as Coronavirus impacts our everyday lives. Our partners are working hard to ensure children, young people and families get the support they need during this time.
Details of the support available from each partner and how this support can be accessed can be found on our website.
Please note that our partners will review the support available regularly to manage demand and resources to deliver.
Children and young people’s Resilience Challenge
The RAISE mental health promotion team are calling out for children and young people to take part in their Resilience Challenge.
The social media-based challenge will focus on the various elements of the Resilience Framework,
Looking after families’ wellbeing while at home
Liverpool Learning Partnership (LLP), Mental Health Support Teams and the Whole School Approach Partnership have put together a short booklet to support families at home and encourage them to think about their emotional wellbeing during this time.
LLP has also set up a wakelet, which will hosts a range of links and useful documents.
Online Youth Connect Five Programme
Merseyside Youth Association’s RAISE Team will be supporting parents and carers during this difficult time by delivering and online version of Youth Connect5.
The overall aim is to promote resilience (resilient families, ways to cope and support):
- Understanding children and young people’s mental health
- Understanding wellbeing
- Understanding why we feel the way we do (emotions)
- Life skills problem-solving
The course will take place over five days starting on Monday 13th April 2020.
This will be a webinar event using Zoom.
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