Children and Young People Zone

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service

Child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) in Wakefield can talk to you about mental health concerns. If you’re a young person aged 16 to 17, a parent or carer of a child or young person, or a professional such as a GP, teacher or social care worker, you can get in touch now:

Also available CAMHS a guide for young people, families and carers. Wakefield CAMHS have developed a resources area which has lots of information and downloadable workbooks, leaflets and materials to help support you.


Are you age 11 + visit Kooth on line support for your mental health, free safe, and anonymous support.


See, Hear, Respond - Barnardos

If you are struggling to cope with the impact of coronavirus they can help support you get back into school, help with anxiety and stress, support young carers and those who are at risk of harm.  Take a look on the website for information and help.

WF-I- Can

Worried about bullying, friendships, want to look after your wellbeing? Take a look at the WF-I- CAN website.  You can talk to our youth workers online about anything, good things as well as things that are worrying you. Check out our website.


Wakefield Youth service

Wakefield Youth service offer a range of support, activities and groups for Children and Young People age 10 to 25 years. Young carers, Stripes group, SEND group, National citizens Service, Duke of Edinburgh Award, Detached Youth work and the Youth council are some of the things you can get involved in. Please check on the website for further information


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