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Emotional Health Service Directory
The Salford Thrive Directory has been developed to support anyone working or volunteering with children and young people. The directory will help you access useful information about different types of resources and services that are available to support children and young people's social, emotional health and well-being and to provide guidance when making a referral into services.
The directory has been designed to reflect the THRIVE model which has been adopted by Salford to deliver services under the following headings:
- Getting advice
- Getting help
- Getting more help
- Getting risk support
The directory is a dynamic document, full of shortcuts and hyperlinks that allows users to navigate either via a thematic search or the Thrive quadrants.
Please do not print the document, either use via this webpage or download a copy to your desktop.
We will be updating the directory on a quarterly basis, to receive an email alert please email EHWB@salford.gov.uk and you will be added onto the distribution list.
August 2021 Update: the directory has been updated to include information on training for schools linked to emotional health and wellbeing, and now also includes service information for adolescent services including Project GULF and Route 29.
Salford CAMHS have also developed a Covid-19 support plan outlining steps they will be taking to support the next phase of their Covid-19 response - the PDF is available in the downloadable section at the bottom of the page.
Helplines: We have put together a list of national helplines that can provide support to children and young people covering a range of issues including anxiety, bereavement. The PDF is available in the downloadable section at the bottom of the page.
How to contact us
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