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Young Carers in Northumberland Survey 12th
May 2022
Young Carers in Northumberland Survey
Young Carers in Northumberland have recently completed a survey identifying the hardest things about being a young carer, what they would like from a young carers service, what support they would like from schools and what support they would like from home.
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12/05/2022
Mental Health Awareness Week 12th
May 2022
Mental Health Awareness Week
Mental Health Awareness Week takes place this year from 9th May to 15th May, and schools and colleges across the UK will be thinking of ways to mark the week with their students.
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12/05/2022
Supporting Transition Across Northumberland (STAN) 22nd
Mar 2022
Supporting Transition Across Northumberland (STAN)
The Be You team are developing new frameworks to support schools, children young people and parent carers through periods of change.
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22/03/2022
Mental health support teams launched in Northumberland schools 10th
Oct 2020
Mental health support teams launched in Northumberland schools
Mental health support teams have now been launched in schools in two Northumberland towns as part of a nationally-funded pilot scheme. By December next year, all of the county’s mental health services will see children and young people within four weeks of referral.
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10/10/2020
Mental health support over exam results season 20th
Aug 2020
Mental health support over exam results season
Kooth.com is an online mental wellbeing community which was launched in Northumberland in June. It provides free, safe and anonymous support for children and young people between 11 and 25.
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20/08/2020
Free online mental health support for young people 22nd
Jun 2020
Free online mental health support for young people
Children and young people aged between 11-25 years in Northumberland can now access free, anonymous and safe support from Kooth for their mental health and wellbeing whenever they need to. Northumberland Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has commissioned the service, which is accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and requires no waiting lists, referrals or thresholds.
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22/06/2020
How to seek mental health support in Northumberland 19th
May 2020
How to seek mental health support in Northumberland
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week (18-24 May), the NHS in Northumberland is highlighting the importance of reaching out and getting help when needed.
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19/05/2020
New children and youth mental health support 23rd
Jan 2020
New children and youth mental health support
Tomorrow (Thursday 23 January), NHS Northumberland Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) launches a new scheme to improve mental health support for children and young people in the county.
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23/01/2020
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