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Children and Young People Wellbeing

BURY2GETHER has collated relevant services and resources to help SEND children and Young People improve their wellbeing.


Bury CAMHS (child and adolescent mental health service), formerly Healthy Young Minds.

We offer specialist services to children and young people who are experiencing mental health difficulties.

We help children and young people up to the age of 16 years, and provide assessments, intervention and support to their families/carers.

We also provide consultation, advice and training to other agencies and accept referrals from a wide range of professionals. Our clinicians come from a range of clinical and professional backgrounds, including psychiatrists, nurses, CAMHS practitioners and psychologists, amongst others.

Contact information:

Child & Family Service,

Fairfield General Hospital
Rochdale Old Road

Tel: 0161 716 1100 / 1112


We’re the UK’s leading charity fighting for children and young people's mental health.

Our purpose

To stop young people's mental health reaching crisis point.

Every young person whose mental health ends up in crisis is a young person who has been failed. We know that the earlier young people can access the right help, the more likely it is that they can avoid these crises.

Our vision

A world where no young person feels alone with their mental health.

We want to see a world where every young person who is struggling feels able to reach out, and has people and services around them who can really help.

Our mission

To make sure all young people can get the mental health support they need, when they need it, no matter what.

Whether they need a reassuring conversation, specialist mental health support, or simply the knowledge that they are not alone in how they are feeling, we will make sure that all young people get support that meets them where they're at as quickly as possible.

Our values

We're not afraid to speak up for what's right.

We're optimistic.

Kindness is our strength.

We celebrate what makes you, you.

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Kooth: online mental wellbeing community.

Kooth offers free emotional and mental health support for children and young people aged between 11 and 24.

On Kooth, qualified counsellors are online seven days a week to provide young people using the service with online counselling, through chat-based messaging via drop-in or booked sessions.

Young people can also to track their mood with a goals tracker, and note their thoughts in an online journal.

Kooth lets young people to provide each other with peer to peer support through moderated online discussion boards and the ability to contribute to self-help articles and content.

1 in 5 children and young people suffer from mental health illness in any given year. At Kooth, we believe every young person has the right to thrive and to access high quality mental health care. is commissioned by the NHS, Local Authorities, charities and businesses to provide anonymous and personalised mental health support for Children and Young People. With over 4000 logins per day, we provide end to end support whatever the need.


National Autistic Society - Mental Health advice, guidance and useful resources.

We are here to transform lives and change attitudes to help create a society that works for autistic people.

Autism is not a mental health problem but autistic people can have good and bad mental health like anyone else. There are things that can be done to help – talk to people and seek professional help if you need it. We can help with our advice and guidance on a range of topics.

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Thriving in Bury for Children and Young People

Resources for Children and Young People in Bury to support them with their emotional health and well-being.

Each year, Place2Be run the national Children’s Health Week.; This year’s theme is Let’s Connect.

Find out more at About - Children's Mental Health Week.

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The Anna Freud Centre has a new mental health resource for young people to help them better understand the facts and figures around mental health and how to access support.

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Spectrum Gaming have worked with over 350 autistic young people, 150 autistic adults, 600 parents and 80 professionals  to create their guide to autism and trauma. Click the link below.

'Allow children to be happy in their own way, for what better way will they find?'
Samuel Johnson

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