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If you need support with the mental health and wellbeing of a child or young person aged 0 to 18 and living in Kirklees, we provide:

  • advice and support programmes for parents and carers
  • therapeutic support for children and young people who attend a Kirklees school, including home educated and college students registered with a Kirklees GP

If a child needs further intensive intervention, they will be referred to their local Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).

About this service

Locala Health and Wellbeing oversee requests for service on behalf of Kirklees Keep in Mind. This is the emotional wellbeing and mental health service for Kirklees children, young people and families.

Kirklees Keep in Mind is part of Kirklees Families Together, a partnership of services working together to provide the right support for you.

Support is offered by Kirklees Early Support and the South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

Who can use the service

  • Children and young people (aged 0 to 18) wanting help
  • Parents, family members and carers requesting help for a child or young person
  • Professionals involved with a child, young person or family's care

How to request support with children and young people's mental health

Fill in our online form.

Clock Completing this form takes around 15 minutes

Request support

After you've applied

Your support request will be processed and we will contact you using the details you have provided.

Other ways to request support

If you cannot complete the form, please ring 03003045555

Other organisations that offer support

  • Kooth
    Online mental wellbeing community providing free, safe and anonymous support.
  • Website Kooth

  • Kirklees Local Offer
    Information, support, services and activities for young people with special educational needs and disabilities in Kirklees.
  • Website Kirklees Local Offer

  • Papyrus
    If you are a young person under 35 having thoughts of suicide or are concerned for a young person who might be, you can contact Papyrus Hopeline UK for confidential support and practical advice.
  • Website Papyrus
  • Phone 0800 068 4141
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