Future in Mind: Transforming Mental Health Services

Transforming Mental Health Services for Children and Young People. Share your views in our online survey.

We need you!

Future in Mind!  Transforming Mental Health Services for Children and Young People: Share your views online here. 

Please email philippa.grace@bradford.gov.uk  Mental Health in Schools Strategy Group, if you would like to attend a focus group meeting.

The following is an extract from a letter from Shirley Brierley, Consultant in Public Health:

FUTURE IN MIND SCHOOLS SURVEY

 

The Government has responded to concerns about addressing Children and Young People’s Mental Health by developing the Future in Mind Strategy, which was published earlier this year. The NHS is leading a review with key partners to review current services to support mental health and emotional wellbeing of children and young people across the district and will set out  out a vision and delivery plan to make mental health services more efficient and effective in the future.

 

As part of this review we are asking each school in the District to complete a brief survey to ensure that this review and the Transformation Plan builds on the expert knowledge and understanding that education professionals share and addresses the concerns about the mental health and emotional wellbeing needs of their pupils.

 

It is vital that your views are represented.  We will use the survey to understand whether, across the district, we have the right level of services in place to support the mental health needs of children and young people. You can access the survey for schools ion the District from here:

http://www.bradford.gov.uk/surveys/fim/future_in_mind_schools.htm

 

Please submit your response as soon as possible.

 

Please contact Philippa Grace - 01274 385794/07582 109126 or Graham Hutton - 07582 100162 for details of future Focus Groups.

 

Many thanks

 

Shirley Brierley

Consultant in Public Health on behalf of Future in Mind Partnership Group

 

Future in Mind: Key Themes

  • Promoting resilience, prevention and early intervention
  • Improving access to effective support- a system without tiers
  • Care for the most vulnerable
  • Accountability and transparency
  • Developing the workforce

You can find the full Future in Mind document, and an executive summary on pp 13-19 of the attached document  here


Information

Published: 19/10/2015
Audience: All schools and practitioners
Contact: Philippa Grace

This item has been viewed 694 times.