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Urgent mental health support for young people in London campaign launch

2nd December 2021

Healthy London Partnership has launched a campaign to raise awareness among young people and their families of London’s free NHS mental health crisis lines. The campaign has been developed with feedback and input from young people and parents, and will be largely based on social media. Since 2020 we have seen an increase in young people […]

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 […]

Report highlighting children and young people’s mental health review findings

3rd September 2020

In 2018 and 2019 the NHS England and NHS Improvement Mental Health System Improvement Team (MH SIT) undertook reviews in 7 London boroughs of NHS commissioned children and young people’s mental health (CYPMH) provision. The reviews focused on the delivery of evidence-based treatment pathways and the standards for CYP access expansion and outcomes. We are […]

Support and development of the long term plan for children and young people

13th August 2019

Children and young people’s team work with STPs commissioning leaders to develop approach to urgent and emergency care to support development of their Long Term Plan work. The children and young people’s team secured funding from Health Education England to run a system wide urgent and emergency care physical and mental health leadership development programme […]

Mental Health Support Teams

29th October 2015

The Department for Education and Department of Health and Social Care jointly published ‘‘Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health: A Green Paper” in 2017, and a subsequent consultation response in 2018, setting out the governments commitments to improve mental health support in and around schools and colleges. As part of this, government committed to […]