School Wellbeing Service

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The School Wellbeing Service (SWS) is a school based early intervention mental health (MH) support service. It is jointly funded by Health, Local Authority and Schools.

 

Role of the School Wellbeing Worker (SWW)

The School Wellbeing Workers (SWW) are managed by the Local Authority (LA), clinically supervised by Child Adoloesent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) and linked to a cluster of schools. Their focus is to work with children and young people (cyp) and school staff around emerging and developing mental health need. The SWW will provide:

 
Who we work with

The service is targeted at emerging and developing mental health need. In particular at cyp who are presenting with mental health issues and concerns, that are below an intervention from specialist CAMHS and above what school pastoral structures can support.

 

Emotional and mental health issues that the service can provide support with:

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York Family Information Service and Information Service for Young People

01904 554444 / 01904 555400

fis@york.gov.uk

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