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Resources for Teachers, Professionals and Digital Support - THRIVE Framework
|Organisation||Age range||Brief description|
|Autism Team through Haringey SEND||For children, young people and teenagers|
To improve the educational and life outcomes for children and young people with Language and Communication Needs, Social Communication Difficulties and Autism.
|Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)||For children and young people from 5 to 17 and their parents|
Haringey Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), provide specialist mental health services to people living in the London boroughs of Barnet, Enfield and Haringey, and a range of more specialist mental health services to there core catchment area and beyond.
|Diversity Role Models||No age range|
Diversity Role Models actively seeks to embed LGBT+ inclusion and empathy in the next generation.
|Educational Psychologists||For children and young people|
To provide high quality psychological support to children, young people and their families to improve their educational and wellbeing outcomes.
|First Step and First Step + (Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust)||For children and young people aged 0 to 17|
The emotional, psychological and mental health needs of Haringey looked after child population, including babies and young children, children with neurodevelopmental a typicality, unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people (UASC), young people leaving Care and those with undiagnosed learning needs.
|Forensic CAMHS Service (2018 - 2020)||For young people|
Forensic CAMHS is a free specialist forensic CAMHS service designed to provide consultation to professionals who are working with young people about whom there are concerns in terms of neurodevelopmental, mental health, or risk of harm to others and who may or may not be in contact with the youth justice system (YOTs, courts, custodial settings).
|HAGA (Haringey)||For adults or parents|
If you are working with individuals affected by alcohol, either through their own or someone else’s drinking, and are in Haringey then we can help. You can refer individuals, we’ll assess them and give them the right kind of treatment, and then go on to support them in making lasting changes in their lives.
|Haringey Anchor Project||All ages|
The Anchor Project teamed up with colleagues delivering the 0-5 Healthy Child Programme to lead the development and commissioning of tools to support families to increase the emotional health and wellbeing of their children. It employs a “train the trainer” approach to training professionals across public service sectors.
|Haringey Healthy Schools Programme||For children and young people|
The Haringey Healthy Schools Programme aims to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people across the borough.
|Henry Programme||For babies and young children|
HENRY provides a wide range of support for families in the early years including workshops, programmes, resources and online help. All of their support for families is underpinned by the HENRY approach to supporting behaviour change which helps parents gain the confidence, knowledge and skills they need to help the whole family adopt a healthier, happier lifestyle and to give their children a great start in life.
|Hope in Tottenham - Counselling in schools||No age range|
Counsellors help engage with whole classes (in schools), teachers and families, many running drop-in lunchtime services.
|Haringey Safeguarding Children Partnership||No age range|
Haringey SCP is a statutory body that helps all Haringey organisations who have contact with children, young people and their families to work together effectively in order to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people.
|Mind Ed - Young Minds||For children and young people|
A free educational resource for adults on children and young people’s mental health, organised via apps / digital
|Mind's Young Black Men Programme||For young people from ages 11 to 30 years|
The programme is designed to look after the mental health of black men and is open to those from 11 years to 30 years
|Mental Health First Aid training||No age range|
Mental Health First Aid training, which is fully funded for front line staff who live, work, or volunteer in Haringey.
|NHS Mental Health Support Team (MHST)||For Children,Young People, Parents, Carers , School Staff (Professionals)|
The NHS Mental Health Support Team (MHST) telephone support line is available during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
|Open Door (Professionals)||For young people aged 12 up to age 24|
They recognise that adolescence and the transition to adulthood is a period of massive change and development - biological, social and psychological. For some it is a time of excitement, self-exploration and expectation. For others it can be difficult, disheartening or even overwhelming. Statistics show that rates of mental ill health double in the adolescent years. However, young people seeking help often find mainstream services inaccessible, stigmatising and not in-tune with their particular needs. Over the past 40 years, thousands of young people have turned to Open Door for confidential, professional therapeutic help at critical moments in their development.
|One You Haringey||Over 18 - except help to quit smoking available from 12 years old|
Obtaining simple advice for a happier life.
|Open Door (Parents)||For young people aged 12 to 21|
This service is for anyone who is parenting teenagers or young adults aged 12-21. It is usually targeted at parents who are worried about a young person who does not want to access or accept help themselves, but they can be flexible depending on family needs and circumstances. They help with any worries parents may have including emotional problems, truancy, non-communication, substance misuse, illness (including mental illness), defiance and many more.
|Family Based Solutions (formerly known as PAARS)||From 6 to 18 years|
Family Based Solutions works with the whole family to end the abuse and repair family relationships. They work with families using the solution focused approach which gives the family full control in the direction of the work and each family member has a part to play in moving the family towards their preferred future.
|Pace UK||No age range|
Working alongside parents and carers of children who are or are at risk of being exploited. Support for parents is free.
School Mental Health Toolkit
|No age range|
A school mental health toolkit for professionals
|School Nurses in Schools||From 4 years and up|
School nurses are there is you have any concerns about a child’s development, for example their growth, weight, toileting, medications or their emotional development.
|Thrive LDN||No age range|
Thrive LDN is leading a campaign to get 100,000 Londoners to take free online suicide prevention training. Thrive LDN have collaborated with the Zero Suicide Alliance, who have created a training program to help people to be able to identify warning signs and to feel comfortable having conversations about suicide.
|Think U Know||All ages|
Supporting you to deliver education and raise awareness of online child abuse and exploitation.
|Organisation||Age range||Brief description|
|Good Thinking||Available to everyone to use|
A website listing all London's digital mental health support services, tailored according to presenting problem and preference of delivery. Offers support for anxiety, low mood, sleep problems and stress. Assess and suggests different offer for help available. Interventions/courses within the app can be purchase, most are free. Designed for adults but they are expanding for 16-17 year olds (this is being co-produced with young people)
|Kooth||11 to 19 years old (up to 25 years for some)|
Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people.
|NHS Digital Apps||No age range|
The NHS Apps Library provides a place for patients and the public to find trusted and safe apps and digital tools to help improve their healthcare and take more control of their treatment. Free or low cost.
|Own It app||For young people|
An app developed by the BBC to support young people's mental health. Includes space for self-reflection, self-reporting symptoms/check in, support content based on five ways to wellbeing model and a specialised keyboard. The keyboard monitors your input and provides in-the-moment feedback (eg 'I hate you' -> red face appears on screen and questions 'Are you angry?' plus link to support: 'I want to die' and customised support based on trends found in a young person's messaging content.
|SHOUT - Crisis text line||Available to everyone to use|
This number is a free text line that is 24 hour and can be used by anyone, anywhere. Focus on de-escalation and coming up with a plan. Manned by trained volunteers and clinical supervisors. Artificial intelligence screens imminent risk and pushes them to the top of the queue, whilst encouraging users to phone emergency services if at risk. 18-24 is their main demographic but 13 and under is the fastest growing group. Working with Mind, Anna Freud and Childline.
|The Mix||Under 25|
Essential support service for young people under 25. We are here to help you take on any challenge you’re facing - from mental health to money, from homelessness to finding a job, from break-ups to drugs.
|ThinkNinja||From 11 to 8 years old|
Mental health support for 11 to 18 year olds, early intervention solution: 'A coach in your pocket'. Wise Ninja is a clinician in a ninja character using artificial intelligence. Young people get set 'skills missions' - eg to be more socially connected. Teaches skills in gaming format but then helps you embed them in daily life. Young people can be stepped up to get more clinical support, either text-based or low intensity CBT via the app. It is being rolled out in schools and some CAMHS services across the country.
|Named resources||Brief description|
Anchor Project uses research to inform staff about strategies and approaches based in traditional cultures, neurological development and emotion coaching. We work in schools, children’s services, health services and the third sector. We train adults to help children regulate their own emotions and the emotions of children in their care.
|Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families - Resources|
Anna Freud Centre are mental health experts and have developed a booklet series aimed at supporting all staff working in school settings.
A coalition of leading organisations from across England, with a growing base of supporters who are passionate about the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.
|Healthy London Partnership - Schools Mental Health Toolkit|
A look into CYPMH resources for schools healthy London partnership.
|NHS England Schools Resources Toolkit|
Toolkit of activities to help schools that would like to deliver lessons and activities around NHS Services, health and wellbeing.
|Promoting Children and Young People's Emotional Health and Wellbeing|
Issued by Public Health:This resource was commissioned by PHE and content was written by Paula Lavis on behalf of Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition, and Claire Robson, PHE.
|Rise Above - Resources|
Rise Above is where you will find interesting and useful stuff from the web and beyond to get us all talking about the things that matter to us. You’ll find inspiring and useful stories, videos, games and advice.
|Transforming Children and Young People's Mental Health Provision: A Green Paper|
A forwarded insight from the Department of Health & Department of Education in regards to transforming children and young people’s mental health provision.
|Young Mind - Resources|
Resources and materials for teachers and school staff to build their skills and make mental health and wellbeing a core, rewarding part of their job.
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