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Posted: 18th December 2019

Nine topic pages receive positive feedback from education professionals

The communications and engagement team for the Transformation Programme have been undertaking face to face engagement with groups of professionals, including mental health champions and learning mentors, across Lancashire and South Cumbria to gather feedback on the first nine topic pages to be launched on the Healthy Young Minds (HYM) website: https://www.healthyyoungmindslsc.co.uk/information/professionals. The pages have been well received, with some professionals already telling us that the resources they found on the webpages have assisted them in their role with supporting children and young people with their mental health and emotional wellbeing.

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Posted: 18th December 2019

CAMHS Office Filming Update

The project is still in the editing stages of producing a short video of a tour of Fylde Coast CAMHS for children and young people attending appointments there. The young people at Entwined Minds have now recorded the voiceover for the film and are looking forward to sharing the completed project with you in the New Year.

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Posted: 18th December 2019

Eating Disorder Service Review

To support service improvements and development of the community eating disorder services in line with the eating disorder guidance for children, young people and their families, Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust recently had a peer-review visit from the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ ‘Quality Improvement Network for Community Eating Disorder Services for Children, Young People and their Families’ (QNCC-ED).

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Posted: 18th December 2019

West Lancashire schools to benefit from new emotional wellbeing initiative

Funding has been agreed by the West Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group for a new and exciting initiative. It will form part of Lancashire and South Cumbria’s transformation of children and young people’s emotional wellbeing services.

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Posted: 18th December 2019

Two New Primary Mental Health Workers in Fylde and Wyre

The team has recently welcomed two new additions who will work primarily in Fylde and Wyre. Joanne Collins and Lucy Fennucci are the new Primary Mental Health Workers (PMHWs) who will be the link in with schools across the area.

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Posted: 18th December 2019

New Mental Health Support Teams in Morecambe, Furness and Blackburn with Darwen

In 2020, training will commence for four new Mental Health Support Teams (MHSTs). During the first year, teams will initially start working with a small number of schools whilst training is completed. In the fullness of time, the project has the potential to reach over 80 schools and colleges, supporting in excess of 32,000 children and young people across Morecambe, Furness and Blackburn with Darwen.

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Posted: 27th November 2019

URPotential announce their fourth LGBT Youth Fest

After last year’s success, URPotential have announced their 4th LGBT Youth Fest will once again take place across Blackpool, Wyre and Fylde.

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Posted: 30th October 2019

The NHS Youth Forum are recruiting for young people to join a unique and exciting project!

The NHS Youth Forum is looking for a diverse range of young people from across the health participation sector to join them for a unique and exciting short term project from November 2019 to March 2019.

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Posted: 7th October 2019

Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System demonstrate their commitment to supporting young people with their mental health

Ahead of World Mental Health Day, Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System demonstrate their commitment to supporting young people with their mental health.

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Posted: 23rd September 2019

The Journey of Recovery

A powerful animation about the impact that trauma had on the young people present after the Manchester Arena attack on 22 May 2017.

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Posted: 18th September 2019

Could your story go Live?

Healthy Young Minds have been contacted to take part in the LancsLive1in4 campaign.

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