01752 434 476 The Terraces,
Mount Gould Hospital,
Plymouth PL4 7QD
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in Plymouth

Plymouth Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) provide help/treatment for young people with emotional, mental health & behavioural difficulties.

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Parents: get the help
you need

Packed with information for parents & carers, The Plymouth Parent Partnership’s website is easy to use and a great starting point if you’re bewildered about what to do.

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Useful Links

The Plymouth Parent Partnership

Superb, easy-to-use site with loads of information for parents and carers.

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Plymouth CAMHS

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service is an umbrella name for all the mental health services available for young people. The two links below are a useful introduction to what’s available.

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MIND

Mind is the leading mental health charity for England and Wales. It helps promote understanding of mental issues and campaigns for better mental health for everyone.

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Plymouth Council Mental Health Services

An overview of council services.

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The Centipede Trust

The Centipede Trust provides support for children and families who attend the Child Development Centre (CDC) at Scott Hospital, Plymouth. It was formed in 2008. Effectively, it is the Child Development Centre, part of what was formerly the Give a Child a Chance Appeal.

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Attend

Attend is a national charity that supports and expands the roles volunteers play in creating healthy communities.

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Wednesdayz

The aim behind Wednesdayz is to primarily produce a youth club for the children and young people where they can just be themselves.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapist specialising in sensory issues - Mandy Rendle-James

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Yoga with Haidee Dampney

Yoga with specialist Haidee Dampney for young people and/or families

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NEWS

Give a Child a Chance support hub- Providing help & advice to SEN parents & guardians.

With the help of some local SEN parents we are aiming to set up a support hub very soon which will support, give advice & allow you to share tips on how to cope with all aspects of Child & Adolescent mental health.

Our aim is to give you a safe place so that you can share experiences, support one another and give each-other advice on coping mechanism, ideas and suggestions as well as hopefully meeting some new friends along the way that understand the daily struggles & challenges ...

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Supporting Give a Child a Chance since 2005