Children’s Mental Health Week
Children’s Mental Health Week 2020, from February 3 – 9, is a national focus on the mental health and wellbeing of young people and we’re proud to support this awareness raising campaign. Did you know 1 in 8 children and young people have a diagnosable mental health issue?
This year’s theme is Find your Brave. Children’s mental health charity Place2Be, which runs the annual campaign week, says bravery comes in all shapes and sizes and is different for everyone. Bravery can be about sharing worries and asking for help, trying something new or pushing yourself outside your comfort zone. Finding your Brave can build your confidence, self-esteem and make you feel good about yourself.
We’re here for you
Here at CW Mind, we provide a range of support services to help children and young people with their mental health in Coventry and Warwickshire.
Click the links below for details of the one-to-one services, group sessions and support in schools we offer, including details of our autism support service:
- Individual support
- Group support
- Support for parents and carers
- Support for schools
- Support for professionals
- Services in Warwickshire via Rise, Coventry and Warwickshire’s emotional wellbeing and mental health services delivered with Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust
CW Mind CYP resources
Staff from our Children and Young People’s services have created a series of helpful resources for children, young people, parents and professionals, They include information on useful apps to download and books to read, to help understand and support any child or young person experiencing mental health issues.
The resources can be found via the following links:
- Resources for young people
- Resources for parents and carers
- Resources for professionals
- Autism resources
- Information Centre with activities from CW Mind and Mind
Find out more
Find out more about Children’s Mental Health Week via this link and follow our Children’s Mental Health Week activities on social media – on Twitter @cwmind and on Facebook /cwmind. We’ll be posting with the hashtag #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek.