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Share your views on mental health support for young Londoners and their families

25th March 2022

London’s mental health trusts and Healthy London Partnership want to hear from young people and their families about their experiences and understanding of local mental health support. Taking care of the mental health of our children and young people has never been more vital. We know that our young people face greater challenges to their mental […]

Advancing CYP Mental Health Equalities webinar

8th November 2021

On 19 October, Healthy London Partnership’s children and young people mental health programme hosted a webinar on Advancing CYP Mental Health Equalities. The webinar was an opportunity to shine a light on some of the amazing initiatives and programmes which have been developed locally and nationally to advance mental health equalities for young people in […]

Guidelines for primary care and education professionals on referring children and young with eating disorders

28th October 2021

Healthy London Partnership in partnership with Beat, the UK’s eating disorder charity, has launched updated eating disorder guidelines for primary care and education professionals. The guidelines share advice about spotting the signs of eating disorders and when to refer children and young people to the community eating disorders service for specialist support. They have been endorsed […]

Stockport Family Model

6th March 2020

National: Stockport, United Kingdom Geography type: Mixed urban/rural Population covered: Stockport has a population of approximately 286,800 people, this number is projected to increase over the next 5 years (Stockport JSNA, 2016). Professional group/type of organisation involved e.g. acute, CAMHS, voluntary sector, primary care Social multi-disciplinary team (MDT). Details of initiative The Stockport family model […]

Insight-Early Intervention Service/ Youth Enquiry Service (YES), Plymouth

6th March 2020

National: Plymouth, United Kingdom Geography type: Mixed urban/rural Population covered: Plymouth has a population of approximately 264,200 people (ONS 2016) and has one of the most deprived wards in the country (St Peters). For the period 2017 to 2018, the estimated number of children and young people in Plymouth aged 5 to 17 with a […]

Off Centre, Hackney

6th March 2020

National: London Borough of Hackney, United Kingdom Geography type: Urban Population covered: Hackney has a population of approximately 279,554 (ONS, 2018) and is a relatively young borough with just under 25% of its population under 20 years (ONS, 2017). Hackney was the eleventh most deprived local authority overall in England in the 2015 Index of […]

Greater Rochester Independent Practice Association (GRIPA)

6th March 2020

International: Greater Rochester, New York, United States Geography type: Mixed urban/rural Population covered: Not provided. Professional group/type of organisation involved e.g. acute, CAMHS, voluntary sector, primary care Around 800 member physicians serving a mixed urban/rural population in upstate New York. The doctors mainly work in small, independent practices, like GP practices in England but, unlike […]

Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC)

6th March 2020

International: North Carolina, United States Geography type: Urban Population covered: the programme covered 3,000 physicians who provide care for over 880,000 Medicaid patients across the state (at the time of the case study) Professional group/type of organisation involved e.g. acute, CAMHS, voluntary sector, primary care A central network office plus 14 regional offices. Each network […]