The Lancashire and South Cumbria Children and Young People's Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Transformation team are currently working with providers to redesign mental health services.
The Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) Redesign covers all NHS funded mental health services for children and young people from birth to their 19th birthday in Lancashire and South Cumbria.
This service is a joint initiative between Lancashire County Council and Lancaster University, funded by LCC Public Health to provide training and support to Lancashire schools around children’s mental health issues. Bookings and delivery co-ordination of this training is being managed by PAC, and our schools champion partner is Thomas Whitham Sixth Form, Burnley. For more, please visit https://www.p-a-c.org.uk/training/lancashire-emotional-health-support-in-schools/
Join us and be part of redesigning our NHS funded emotional health and wellbeing services for children and young people in Lancashire and South Cumbria. The Care Partnership of Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust and Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, voluntary and community organisations and commissioners are working collaboratively to implement THRIVE for children and adolescents age 0 to 19 years. We are actively seeking the participation and views of representatives of our partners, non-NHS providers and stakeholders in the following full week modelling sessions and for further information, please email email@example.com or visit healthyyoungmindslsc.co.uk/camhs-redesign.
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