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Posted: 17th September 2019

Healthy Young Minds joins community leaders supporting suicide prevention

Read to find out about our attendance at the World Suicide Prevention Day vigil in Blackburn.

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Posted: 21st August 2019

Work with young people with mental health issues praised

Wise Guys Training have recently completed two pieces of work in local high schools with young men looking at their ideas of masculinity and how this can impact on their well-being.

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Posted: 21st August 2019

Are you or someone else interested in the Prince’s Trust?

Another Prince’s Trust Team programme starts 23 September at Lancaster Fire Station. They are now looking for unemployed young people to apply to take part in the programme

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Posted: 21st August 2019

Action for Children have got the Blues

Action for Children are currently running the Blues within senior schools in the Furness area.

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Posted: 21st August 2019

New primary mental health worker in South Cumbria

The team have welcomed a new addition recently who will work primarily in South Cumbria.

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Posted: 21st August 2019

Kooth is being rolled out in Lancashire and South Cumbria

Across Lancashire and South Cumbria, ‘Kooth’, which is an anonymous and confidential online counselling and emotional wellbeing service for young people aged 11-16 years, is being rolled out.

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Posted: 21st August 2019

Virtual tour of CAMHS at Whitegate Drive

On 14 August, filming of a virtual tour of the building and the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) department took place at Whitegate Drive Health Centre in Blackpool, beginning with a bus journey to arrive at the location

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Posted: 12th July 2019

Children to get support for mental health concerns in schools as part of NHS Trailblazer programme

Two health bodies in Lancashire and South Cumbria will be implementing NHS England’s new Trailblazer programme in the region, which will roll out mental health support in schools to help both pupils and staff create an environment of mental wellbeing.

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Posted: 28th June 2019

Help us to evaluate proposals for CAMHS 0-19 services

We're looking for parents and carers to join our evaluation panel!

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Posted: 28th June 2019

How far can we reach?

Our social media facts and figures over the last month.

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Posted: 28th June 2019

Care partnership aims to improve CAMHS services in Lancashire and South Cumbria

More than 70 individuals from 27 NHS, local authorities, education, police, voluntary and community organisations across Lancashire and South Cumbria have been working together with parents, carers and young people, to redesign and improve emotional health and wellbeing services for children and adolescents aged 0-19, in a programme known as THRIVE.

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