“It’s taken me a long time to find someone who gets me and someone who I can trust”
Synolos Young Person
“Jenny helped me because she is a nice person and I can talk to her about anything.”
Ark T Young Person
“Thank you for providing me with a space in which I felt able to express my feelings and be myself”
BHYP Young Person
“Trax is like my extra family, Roby has helped me loads”
Trax Young Person
“It’s just good to talk about stuff and get it off your chest… I didn’t have a very good school life so SOFEA is like a second chance to get some education and make some friends and learn about new skills.”
SOFEA Young Person
“Oxfordshire CAMHS model is the development of our CAMHS partnership, comprising statutory CAMHS and non-statutory third sector organisations specialising in working with young people across different community-based provisions. The feedback and positive outcomes to date for young people of Oxfordshire are the clear evidence that this is the right development for Oxfordshire.”
Andrea Shand – Head of Service – CAMHS Oxfordshire
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Working with Oxfordshire Health NHS Trust, Response will have specially trained workers in every school in Oxford City, delivering interventions, advice and sign-posting to young people their families, carers and school personnel.
For more information on transforming children and young people’s mental health provision, please click here for the Government’s Green Paper on mental health.
With Care Leavers
The House Project is an innovative joint enterprise with Oxfordshire County Council to provide accommodation and support to 10 young care leavers in Oxfordshire. Response will provide the accommodation and the Intensive Housing Management required and play a significant role in both the referral and selection process of the Young People.
For more information on our young people and children’s services please contact: Claire Edney, Executive PA, on 01865 395284 or at Claire.firstname.lastname@example.org