The Attachment, Bonding & Communication Parent Infant Partnership (ABC PiP) is a Specialised Parent infant Relationship Team which offers a home visiting service to families across the South Eastern H&SCT area. The service focuses on improving Parent infant Relationships and creating stronger bonds and attachment in the First 1001 Days (pregnancy – age 2).
The ACT Service will work with other Barnardo's mental health services across the UK to identify CYP aged 10-19 years with mild to moderate mental health needs, who have been waiting for a counselling service and who would be suitable for, and prefer a virtual/online intervention.
Boloh Helpline has extended its offer to support the mental health and wellbeing of adult asylum seekers across the UK. The Helpline will offer advice, signposting, emotional support and 8 free sessions of therapy by qualified Barnardo’s therapists. The Helpline will offer phone, webchat and email. This project is funded by the Home Office until 31st January 2025.
Barnardo’s BOSS is based in St Helens, Merseyside and is an Early Intervention Emotional Health and Wellbeing service, working alongside St Helens CAMHS service. The service works with all children and young people (5 – 19). The service supports children and young people through a range of therapy including counselling, art and play therapy and solution focussed interventions, and group work.
Barnardo's will work in partnership with Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to deliver a dynamic local service to support children and young people 0-25 years living with a learning disability, autism or both with the most complex needs who are inpatients or at risk of being admitted to hospital.
The Resilience Service supports secondary aged young people in St Helens with their emotional wellbeing and resilience. We have a designated therapist or mental health practitioner attached to each of the secondary schools in St Helens (including Rainford, Billinge, Newton le Willows and Haydock) and they deliver drop ins, group work and 1 to 1 Brief therapy.
Barnardo's Wellbeing in Fife service provides mental health and wellbeing support to anyone aged 5-26 living in; North East Fife, Leven, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath. The service aims to increase capacity and skills for young people and families to feel equipped with managing their mental health and improving emotional wellbeing.
Providing individual targeted holistic support and group engagement programmes for vulnerable young people and care leavers aged 13-25 who have a range of needs including mental health/emotional well-being, relationship issues, housing/homelessness and are assessed as being at risk.
Providing individual holistic support and group engagement for LGBTQ young people aged 15-25. The BASE offers a safe space to meet with peers and be part of a range of social activities on a weekly basis at the Centre.
The Independence Project will take referrals of young people as a step-down from therapeutic services concentrating on the emotional wellbeing of young people 13-18. The service will work with young people for a period up to six months to offer support with transition and ensure the young person will not require any further counseling.