Supporting children and young people ) in Liverpool who are looking after a family member who is ill, disabled, has mental health problems, or is misusing drugs or alcohol.
Supporting Young Adult Carers up to age 25, who continue to have a caring responsibility for an Adult.
Workforce Development Project - This training is mainly aimed at upskilling the external universal workforce in understanding and responding to the emotional health and wellbeing needs of children and young people. The Workforce Development Co-ordinator/s are also involved in offering training to Barnardo’s Children’s Services staff across the North region.
Barnardo's North West Fostering Service provide placements for children and young people across the North West in Manchester, Liverpool, Lancashire & Cumbria. Children are referred from 22 different local authorities. We provide placements for sibling groups, children with complex needs, children who have experienced multiple loss and rejection.
The Emotional Health and Well being Service provide therapeutic support to specialist placements within the Barnardo's North West Fostering service. We can provide direct counselling to the foster carers and/ or the fostered child.
The Emotional Health and Well being Service provide direct counselling, mentoring and group work to residents of Barnardo's Supported Accommodation schemes in Lancashire and Greater Manchester. We also offer therapeutic support to the staff team in relation to the mental health needs of the young people.
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 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.