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As this is Mental Health Awareness week the focus is primarily on mental health services both for adults and young people.
This includes services around addiction, anxiety management , depression and self –harming which have been identified as particular concerns at the present time.
There are links to CAMHS and other voluntary /community supports as well as advice and training.
Also included are links to debt advice organisations as this often has a serious impact on mental health.
Another concern is how young people see their future during this unprecedented period so you will find a link to the Careers Service as well the Education Authority’s High Five primary support and provisions for younger children.
Included are details of other organisations such as those who support children with disabilities, school age mothers and those who have sent through details they wanted to share with you.
These week`s good news story features the work of the Barnardos Thrive Project in Newtownabbey. This is another excellent example of the range of work being undertaken and the close collaboration evident across the community ,voluntary and statutory sectors in local communities.
If you would like to profile the work you are currently involved in please contact Helen.firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous editions of the newsletter are available at http://www.cypsp.hscni.net/family-support-hubs/ under Family Support Bi-monthly Newsletter section.