Our team works with schools to help them provide support for children and young people 0 to 25 years old who have mental health needs.
Examples of mental health problems include anxiety, depression, eating disorders, phobias, psychosis and suicidal feelings.
- provides training for schools and other professionals to support children and understand their mental health needs
- helps schools be more proactive in meeting the mental health needs of children and young people
- gives advice and support to parents, including consultations and workshops
- provides group work with children and young people
If you're concerned about your child's emotional mental health and well-being, get in touch.
Please note, this is not a crisis line. If you need immediate support, contact your GP, phone CAMHS on 03003 040 061 or go directly to A&E.
How to get support from us
To get support contact the Special Educational Needs Coordinator at your child's school, who will support you with a referral.
Talk to your child’s teacher or Special Educational Needs Coordinator if you think your child needs support from Schools Mental Health Service.