For a wide variety of mental health and well-being signposting, see below. If you cannot see what you are looking for, please email PSA@cliftonvilleprimary.co.uk
One You Lifestyle Advisors at Thanet's Gateway Plus
One YOU Lifestyle Advisers work in local communities to support people who need a little extra help to make those first steps towards a healthier lifestyle. So whether you want to lose weight, quit smoking, take control of your sexual health or just generally feel better about life, we can help.
We offer free and confidential sessions. During this time we will discuss what changes you want to make and support you to set achievable goals on how to reach them.
We can support you with:
• Healthy eating
• Quitting smoking
• Alcohol or drug issues
• Emotional wellbeing
•Advice on using local services
...and much more.
Where to go
Thanet's Gateway Plus
Aimed at women in Thanet for whom English is not their first language, we are more like a family than a community group. We can help you to practise your English, meet school staff and other community services, make friends and help your children. Visit our Facebook group for further information including meeting times and places.
The Single Point of Access (SPA) is a team of clinicians who review your emotional and mental health concerns and help establish the best way to support you.
If you are not sure what help is needed you can call the team and speak to someone, or have the team view your concerns by submitting the SPA Request for Support form here:
This site covers all aspects of health and has information about COVID 19. This is where you can refer to the School Nurses.
We are a forum for parents and carers of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) within Kent local authority. Our aim is to make sure that services provided by education, health and care meet the needs of children with SEND and their families.
We’re transforming mental health by working with infants, children, young people and their families, their communities and professionals to deliver timely evidence-based support for all.
We're fighting for mental health. For support. For respect. For you.
Young people and family services
We work with children, adolescents and their families with all kinds of needs
Kooth is designed to support the wellbeing and resilience of young people and is available for 10-16 year olds in Kent.
Kooth provides a safe, secure means of accessing help via the internet. By accessing Kooth, young people can benefit from:
- A free, confidential, anonymous and safe way to receive support online.
- Out of hours’ availability. Counsellors are available from 12noon to 10pm on weekdays and 6pm to 10 pm at weekends, every day of the year on a drop in basis.
- Online Counselling from a professional team of BACP qualified counsellors is available via 1-1 chat sessions or messaging on a drop in basis or via booked sessions.
- Discussion Boards which are all pre-moderated allow young people to access peer to peer support.
- Online Magazine full of moderated articles many of which are submitted by young people offering advice and guidance on a huge range of topics.
- No referral is required. Young people can register for kooth independently at www.kooth.com
To find out more visit www.Kooth.com You can also view a short video about the service by following this link: Kooth Video
If you have any questions or would like to discuss what Kooth.com can offer, please address them to the school/[professional. If you would prefer to contact Kooth directly, simply email email@example.com.