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Guidance to support recording and reporting of CAMHS activity

2nd December 2022

In autumn 2022, the children and young people’s mental health team convened a Task and Finish group to develop a consistent approach for recording and reporting activity of London community CAMHS services. Past reports by the NHS Benchmarking Network suggested that there was considerable variation across London community CAMHS teams in terms of clinical contacts […]

Support for parents and carers of children and young people with eating disorders

30th November 2022

We know this time of year can be particularly tricky to manage for children and young people with eating disorders – and their parents and carers – given the heightened focus on food as part of festive celebrations. Healthy London Partnership and London’s three Children and Young People’s Mental Health Inpatient Provider Collaboratives have been […]

Faith and mental health

17th June 2022

This section of the schools mental health toolkit has been created to offer information for young people, their parents/carers and other supporters on mental health, in relation to faith and spirituality. In this hub you will find resources offering advice and support on mental health and wellbeing in the context of different religious faiths and […]

LGBTQ+ mental health resources for parents and carers

4th May 2022

This section of the toolkit include a range of advice for parents and carers children and young people on how to deal with situations and mental health concerns in relation to LGBTQ+. LGBTQ+ resources for parents and carers FFLAG FFLAG are a national charity who are dedicated to supporting parents and their lesbian, gay, bisexual […]

LGBTIQ+ and mental health resources for education settings

4th May 2022

This section of the toolkit has been created to support professionals in education settings with mental health issues in relation to LGBTIQ+ and Mental Health. Resources include a range of advice on how to deal with situations and signpost to services that can help students. LGBTIQ+ and Mental Health resources for education settings The Proud […]

Creatively Minded: create for change arts-based engagement and research workshop

12th April 2022

  The Creatively Minded: create for change arts-based workshop takes place on 13 April 2022, organised by Healthy London Partnership, Black Thrive, Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Hounslow Mind, Partnership for Young London and ThriveLDN. This workshop is being delivered to promote the role of creativity in young people from Black and Asian backgrounds and example […]

Substance misuse support

25th March 2022

This page contains resources about links between substance misuse and your mental health. Substances and your mental health Advice about drugs and alcohol The royal college of psychiatrists provide information about the problems with misusing drugs and alcohol and how to avoid falling into this. They also provide some services available for those who may […]

Anxiety and stress, depression and loneliness

25th March 2022

Anxiety and stress, depression and loneliness can be hard on your mental health. Find resources below which can help children and young people to cope and reduce their anxiety, including support to help leading up to, and during, exams.   Anxiety and Worrying Audio: Anxiety control training – This NHS webpage has many different mental wellbeing […]

Eating disorders

25th March 2022

You can find a range of resources and information below for children and young people who are, or may be, struggling with an eating disorder.   BEAT Eating Disorders BEAT is an eating disorder charity, and this webpage provides information on how to manage eating disorders and what support services are available during this time. […]

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 […]