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New referral pathway for Kingston and Richmond CAMHS

Kingston and Richmond : There is a new pathway for referrals into Kingston and Richmond CAMHS for children and young people with a range of mental health or emotional wellbeing concerns. Referrals are no longer made via the AfC SPA, but direct to the CAMHS SPA.

To make a referral you must complete the Word document available on the NHS website. You must send the form by secure email, i.e. include [official sensitive] in the subject line.

More information on the new referral pathway here.

The Impact of Parental Mental Ill Health Conference 2022

We had a conference on the Impact of Parental Mental Ill Health on Children on 25th February 2022. The presentations can be viewed here.

Thank you to all who attended The Impact of Parental Domestic Abuse on Children Conference on 22/6/2021. The presentations from the event can be downloaded below:

Please note due to ongoing Covid 19 restrictions all of all of our safeguarding training is being offered remotely as webinars. To see our training calendar click here, and to book a place click here.

If you have any questions about safeguarding training please do email us on training@kingrichlscb.org.uk or call on 07834 386459.

Everyone's Invited

In the light of concerns about Harmful Sexual Behaviour, the Department for Education has published a major review here into sexual abuse in education settings alongside a dedicated helpline to provide support and guidance to adults and children who have been victims of abuse.

NSPCC helpline: 0800 136 663. This helpline is free and anonymous and will be open Monday to Friday 8am – 10pm and Saturday to Sunday 9am – 6pm.

The new dedicated, confidential helpline will be run by the NSPCC and is available to current or past victims as well as parents, carers or professionals with concerns.

HSB advice for schools and a Suitcase of PSHE resources can be found on our Schools Safeguarding page here

Black Lives Matter

KRSCP stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. You can read the statement of the Senior Leadership Group here.

Ian Thomas CBE talks about culture and racism here

KRSCP Newsletters

Please follow the links below to view our newsletters;

KRSCP Newsletter July 2022 - here

KRSCP Schools Newsletter Summer 2022 - here

KRSCP Voluntary Newsletter Spring 2022 - here

KRSCP Faith Newsletter Spring 2022 - here

KRSCP Newsletter March 2022 - here

KRSCP Newsletter February 2022 - here

KRSCP Faith Newsletter Autumn 2021 - here

KRSCP Voluntary Newsletter Autumn 2021 - here

KRSCP Early Years Newsletter Summer 2021 - here

KRSCP Early Years Newsletter Spring 2022 - here