Mental Health Support
Lancaster University & Lancashire County Council working in Partnership
Lancashire Emotional Health in Schools and Colleges
School staff have worked with Lancaster university in order to develop knowledge and expertise in a variety of areas linked to mental health and emotional well-being in both staff and children.
We would like to make parents aware of the support and guidance they are beginning to provide through a range of resources and videos which link directly to the training and guidance staff have had in school.
With staff and parents benefitting from the same training and guidance, collaboratively we can support all our children to develop the emotional strength and resilience to manage the challenges that life may present and in turn fulfill their amazing potential.
Kooth (NHS Funded)
Kooth is a free, safe anonymous online support for young people using accredited counsellors for mental health needs.
We Are With You
A site has been developed for young people under the age of 25 in the Lancashire area to support their
well-being and mental health
Wellbeing and Mental Health Helpline (NHS)
For ages 18 and over.
0800 915 4640
Talking therapy for ages 16 and over including Low/High-intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for anxiety, panic, low mood.
Professional or self-referral.
For young people and adults aged 16 years plus for crisis mental health support offering triage and risk assessment at clinic or in the home.
If you are having a difficult time they can offer support across a variety of areas
08457 9090 and 01772 822022
CAMHS Children & Adolescents Mental Health Services
‘CAMHS’ refers to the small, locality based, multi agency teams sometimes referred to as ‘Tier 3’ that provide specialist responses to highly complex emotional and psychiatric needs in children and young people.