We want every child and young person in Kirklees to enjoy a happy and healthy childhood and to become confident adults who can cope with the demands of everyday life and contribute to their community.
The Kirklees Future in Mind Transformation Plan describes how we will improve services for children and young people with emotional, behavioural and mental health difficulties over the next five years (from 2015 to 2020).
The plan was developed by the local NHS and Kirklees Council in response to a national drive to improve services for young people and their families. Before completing the plan we talked to a wide range of people, including parents, people who use services, and professionals.
The Kirklees Transformation Plan 2018
On the 22 of November 2018, Kirklees Health and Well-being Board formally signed off the Kirklees CAMHS local transformation plan refresh 2018. Therefore this is the final version of the plan which replaces the draft first published on the 31 of October 2018. We are in the process of creating an easy read version of the plan which will be available in 2019.
- Kirklees Future in Mind Transformation Plan 2018
- Appendex H - Thriving Kirklees Workforce Plan
- Appendex I Children/s Services Improvement Plan Refresh
- Appendex J - Kirklees Health and Wellbeing Plan 2018 - 2023
- Appendex K - CAHMS Public Pathway
- Appendex L - Brain in Hand Project evaluation July 2018
- Appendex M - Kirklees Integrated Commissioning Strategy
- Appendex N - Joint operational plan
- Appendex O - Young People Pledge Posters
- Appendex P - Hub needs mapping
- Appendex Q - Timeline map
In December 2015 we published The Kirklees Future in Mind Transformation Plan which described how we proposed to work towards improving services for children and young people with emotional, behavioural and mental health difficulties by 2020. As part of the national oversight of Transformation Plans, all local plans are refreshed and published annually. This refresh summarises our achievements so far, together with those priorities which still need more work to achieve our vision and ambitions identified in the original plan. We have included other information which relate to this refresh.
Kirklees quarterly progress
- Kirklees quarterly progress April-June 2018
- Kirklees quarterly progress January-March 2018
- Kirklees quarterly progress October-December 2017
- Kirklees quarterly progress April-June 2017
- CAMHS E-bulletin April-June 2018
- CAMHS E-bulletin January-March 2018
- CAMHS E-bulletin October-December 2017
- CAMHS E-bulletin July-September 2017
- CAMHS E-bulletin April-June 2017
Future in Mind
The National Children and Young People's Mental Health and Wellbeing task force published its findings in March 2015.
Thriving Kirklees single point of contact
The Thriving Kirklees partnership launched in April 2017 is led by Locala Community Partnerships CIC, working with South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust (SWYFT), Northorpe Hall Child and Family Trust, Home-Start Kirklees and Yorkshire Children's Centre.
Thriving Kirklees support children and young people aged under 20, the services include:
- Health visiting
- School nursing
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)
- Children's Emotional Health and Wellbeing Services (ChEWS) - which offers short term targeted interventions to children and young people
- Assessment and diagnosis of autistic spectrum conditions
- Children and young people with learning disabilities team
- Healthy start vitamin scheme
- Safety in the home
- Safety Rangers
For help and advice, from any of the services
0300 304 555 - Available 24 hours every day of the week
This telephone number replaces the ASK CAMHS telephone service, offering an enhanced service for GPs, parents and schools to refer to CAMHS and ChEWS.
Gives access to an online referral support request form open to practitioners and the public to request support for children, young people and families - that includes young people themselves who can access help and support directly. This is provided as an alternative option to ringing the single point of contact. As the website develops it will also offer additional information about the Thriving Kirklees services and health advice.
An interactive document which shows the referral process and processes involved through the single point of contact to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)