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Mental Health Support Services

Mental Health Support Services

The CAMHS Team Knowsley is a specialist service providing support and therapeutic intervention to children, young people up to the age of 18 and their families who are experiencing complex, persistent and severe emotional and psychological problems.

Kooth.Com are an online and face to face counselling and support service open to young people 11-25 living in or attending school in, Knowsley. Young people in care living in Knowsley or young people who are from Knowsley but resident in care in another borough are welcome to use the service.   Kooth have produced a information graphic about How Covid-19 is affecting the mental health of children and young people.

National Deaf Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) is a highly specialised mental health service for deaf children and young people with mental health issues.  The service also accepts referrals for hearing children of deaf parents (see below for who this service is for). The team has a great deal of experience working with children and young people with SEND

The Parent Infant Mental Health Service aim to support parents to manage their mental health, emotional wellbeing and build happy, secure and loving relationships with their babies. Sessions are offered to families either in the family home or via Knowsley’s Children Centres.

Think Wellbeing (IAPT) offers free NHS therapy for adults in Knowsley with common mental health problems like anxiety or depression, to help you change the way you feel by changing the way you think

North West Boroughs Healthcare provide a wide range of mental health, learning disability and community health services for people living in Knowsley.

The Mental Capacity Act (MCA) is designed to protect and empower people who may lack the mental capacity to make their own decisions about their care and treatment. It applies to people aged 16 and over.

On My Mind aims to empower young people to make informed choices about the mental health support they want, the treatments they receive and the outcomes they desire.

FACE Forward Recovery Partnership is a mental health and community learning/social inclusion partnership between Knowsley Council’s Family And Community Education Service (FACE) and North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (Recovery Service).

Samaritans - online safety campaign has been co-developed with young peope with experience of self harm and suicidal feelings.  Visit the page to see advice about staying safe online