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An amazing resource pack put together by the South Bristol Early Help team, some of which is able to be helpful no matter where

Bristol – FREE Professional Development opportunity delivered by Bristol City Council and external partners

The NHS plans to recruit 600 more social workers into mental health services by 2023-24 to help it deliver on its long-term plan. The

A free event for children and young adults up to 25 years with disabilities and additional needs, their families, carers and all the professionals

Our next Multi Agency Network Meeting (MANS Meeting) is to be held in East Central Bristol on: Wednesday 12th June from 8.45am to 12.30pm at

Did you know one in eight young people are classified as having a mental health issue, and over one in five children and young

Children and young people with disabilities and severe complex needs: integrated health and social care support and service guidance NICE Draft scope consultation You

A report from Education Policy Institute examines access to specialist services, waiting times for treatment, and provision for those children that are not able

This event is aimed at parents and carers and people working with children and young people in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. Improving access

Local government makes a vital contribution to promoting good mental health in individuals and communities. The main ways this happens are through: system-wide leadership

The Directory aims to be the single ‘go to’ place for information about children and young people’s emotional health in Bristol. It provides a

Public Health England (PHE) issues advice for the public to ensure they have had the MMR vaccine after outbreaks of measles are confirmed in