Tag Archives: Participation

#ColourTogether

Posted on by I.Roberts

We are asking and encouraging all to join us in  a nationwide #ColourTogether activity simply download or print off the picture …. then attach it to Twitter using the hashtag #ColourTogether This is the second #ColourTogether  and big thanks should go …

Ancora House Launch

Posted on by C.Josting Moulder

  This blog post was written by Beth one of the young people from the Young People’s Centre. “On the 25th August 10 young people from Pine Lodge and Maple ward were invited to join graffiti artist Kieron to create …

North West CYP IAPT Conference celebrating participation!

Posted on by r.pulham

In March I had the pleasure of attending the CYP IAPT participation conference which brought together the collaboration of young people, children, and professionals across the North West of England. The conference really was a true example of professionals listening …

East Cheshire CAMHS launch their Young Advisors

Posted on by C.Evans

        CWP is the first health trust in the country to adopt the Young Advisors social enterprise model to empower young people to influence local decision making and service improvement. 12 young people who access child and …

West Cheshire CAMHS helps celebrate Chester Pride

Posted on by I.Roberts
Chester Pride

Please come and join West Cheshire CAMHS celebrate Chester Pride. 12 noon on Saturday 4th October @ Chester Grosvenor Park. West Cheshire CAMHS will run stalls about the services on offer at CWP CAMHS, including all about mymind.org.uk. last year’s …

Children’s commissioner’s takeover day – 2013

Posted on by C.Evans

    Last year 6 young people from Cheshire CAMHS were involved in #takeoverday 2012.  They are pictured above meeting David Eva, Chairman and Sheena Cumiskey, Chief Executive of CWP. This year #takeoverday is  bigger and better; with young people from both Cheshire …

CWP’s East Cheshire CAMHS raise awareness on World Mental Health Day

Posted on by C.Evans

  CWP’s East Cheshire CAMHS ‘Crew’ is a group of young people who are passionate about improving mental health services for children and young people, working hard to raise mental health awareness within their community and challenging mental health stigma, especially within …