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Appendix B

Tier 1 – Current services

  • Sure Start
  • SBCP SAY Project
  • Dreamscheme projects
  • SARI – 1:1 empowerment sessions for young victims of hate crime bullying
  • Pastoral care in schools
  • GPs
  • Schools
  • Acceptance counselling and training (ex Indigo project)
  • Counselling and training (self harm, emotional resilience, mindfulness)
  • Youth centres in each of the PN areas
  • See resources list on CAF toolkit also
  • Parent voice
  • Supportive parents
  • Resound – Blackhorse – parenting groups, befriending scheme
  • CAN parent initiative – offering a range of universal support for parents, looking at emotional wellbeing, key transitional stages and positive parenting techniques.
    • Online courses available
    • Discussion groups/seminar (sleeping patterns and routines)
    • Universal training available for professionals
  • Southern Brooks run groups such as ‘WOW’ for support as regards emotional wellbeing in its widest sense. Covers Filton, Patchway but also starting to work wider. Parenting.
  • Kingsmeadow Community Flat, Kingswood – sessions to support individuals to improve confidence, counselling prior to young people beginning to get into work/training. Support children through Dreamscheme.
  • Our Place Community Flat, Staple Hill – supporting young people – cooking/healthy eating sessions
  • St Nicholas Family Centre, Yate – young people’s activities
  • JUICE Community Project, Cadbury Heath – toddlers groups, homework club
  • Bourne Family project, Kingswood
  • South Glos Community Sports – active in the PNs supporting young people in exercise e.g. street games
  • South Glos Community Learning Service – family courses
  • Mind Out – 1 day children and young people mental health awareness course, free to all practitioners/professionals
  • Family lives – individual support – parents can receive 1:1 emotional and practical support in home or public space. Can be delivered by family support co-ordinators or volunteer befrienders. Parent training courses, groups and workshops – can be delivered on a range of topics. Free 24/7 national helpline and online support services
  • Education other than at School (EOTAS) – Behavioural unit, Severnside, Mental Health, Mangotsfield – The Junction
  • Parent support group run by parent link worker
  • KTS YISS – Youth Intervention Support Service
  • School Nurses
  • In house Ignite course – ESF funded Anger & Anxiety course. Ignite is a transition course for young people to re-engage back into education after anxiety issues.
  • IAG for students who need support to access positive futures
  • First Response
  • Southern Brooks youth provision, Patchway
  • Health Champions
  • Support groups- NAS
  • Youth champions?
  • Southern Brooks courses – parenting, child development, healthy living, anger management, healthy eating for under 5s and families
  • Health visitors
  • Toddler groups – ‘Bouncing Babies’ Bradley Stoke for carers and under 1s specifically set up to support bonding and PND prevention.

Tier 2 – Current services

  • Educational psychologists support in school
  • Southern Brooks family services team (covering north locality)
  • FISS, YISS, FIF (More opportunities for these teams to work alongside community paediatricians and school nurse)
  • Hospital education
  • Youth clubs
  • Social workers
  • YOT
  • PMHS (LAC) – vacant
  • PMHS – School age
  • PMHS – Antenatal-4 yrs
  • Off the record counselling
  • SBCP DV Group
  • Survive and Survive groups for children – ‘Back on Track’
  • School health nurses
  • Health Visitors
  • Sure Start
  • Use of SAF process to co-ordinate services
  • YP mentoring services
  • Psychologist for ‘Looked After’ children
  • HELP counselling
  • The Greenhouse Project
  • Evidence based parenting courses
  • Paediatricians
  • Schools offer ‘pyramid’ parenting where they have trained staff
  • Multi-agency school cluster meetings in 5 areas of South Glos (covering it all) that meet 3-4 times a year to problem solve difficult and stuck cases/SAFeh’s contact Heather Churchill x4680 for more details (and for Tier 3)
  • Young people’s drug and alcohol service – 1:1 ongoing psychosocial and harm reduction interventions – also works at Tier 3
  • Family lives – family support co-ordinators can offer intensive support to families to identify key issues/difficulties and equip them with tools to self-manage
  • Acceptance, counselling and training (was INDIGO project)
  • Self-harm support – counselling – group work
  • Abuse counselling
  • Self-harm awareness training
  • YOT Primary Health Specialist
  • Hospital CAMHS/Deliberate Self-Harm Service (covers S.Glos) – Emergency only
  • School health nurses/targeted following assessment of need
  • Enuresis service – school health nurse led
  • Brook in 4 schools currently
  • Brook counselling service in Bristol (waiting list)
  • REACH – child weight management – all of South Glos (group course and 1:1 service)
  • HENRY courses
  • Mentoring Programmes (Breakthrough, MiM, FACE etc)

Tier 3 – Current services

  • Southern Brooks family services team (covering North locality)
  • Social workers
  • Primary Mental Health Worker for Looked After children (vacant)
  • South Glos – early intervention in psychosis aged 14-35 experiencing a first episode of psychosis
  • Be safe – harmful sexual behaviour service for CYP
  • Primary infant mental health specialist (S.Glos CAMHS)
  • Primary mental health worker – school age (CAMHS)
  • Young people substance misuse treatment service (NBT) S.Glos commissions 6 places a year for most complex YPS

Tier 4 – Current services

  • Riverside adolescent in-patient unit (Blackberry Hill)
  • ‘New Horizons’ mother and baby centre – Southmead Hospital. Psychiatric in-patients (AWP)