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Out Of Hours Advice Line - CYP
The advice line is open to everyone (children, young people, relatives, teachers, other professionals) and allows people to talk to a mental health professional if they are concerned or would like advice about a child or young person’s mental health.
This page contains useful resources to support you and your family during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Drop In Sessions
Drop-in sessions offer confidential advice and support for young people aged between 11- 19, in relation to anything that might be worrying them regarding any aspect of their physical and emotional health.
Live Well Cheshire West
Cheshire West and Chester Council works closely with many organisations in the independent, voluntary and community sectors to make sure services are joined-up and clearly signposted. The Local Offer covers services for children and young people, families and adults so the website provides a central one-stop-shop for all our residents and care professionals.
Discover how and where you can register with a GP and Dentist. Where to find your nearest Sexual Health Services, Pharmacy and Opticians. Know when to call 111 or 999 services.
Are you feeling controlled, coerced or threatened by a partner or family member? If you do, the services and information provided in this section are to help you, it is important you know you’re not alone.
Books on Prescription - Reading Well
Reading Well helps you to understand and manage your health and well-being using self-help reading. The scheme is endorsed by health professionals and supported by public libraries.
Self Care Pathways
In this section you can download a variety of Self Care Pathways co-designed with young people with lived experience of these medical conditions. These include Asthma, Diabetes, Epilepsy and Mental Health.