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If you are concerned that yourself or another is experiencing a Mental Health crisis there are some useful numbers to know.
First Response is a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week service open to all people of all ages living in Bradford, Airdale, Wharfdale and Craven experiencing a mental health crisis. You can Call First Response 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 01274 221181.
This page has all of the resources we have created or used from other organisations and is controlled by our admin staff. Each category has downloadable information. Simply expand each category below to access the information.
|5, 4, 3, 2. 1 game - Grounding tool||View file|
|Anxiety leaflet for Parents||View file|
|Anxiety - Network Meeting overview||View file|
|AnxietyAssembly for Primary School||View file|
|Anxiety Assembly for Secondary School||View file|
|Mental Health Effects of Bullying Network Meeting Overview||View file|
|Mental Health Effects of Bullying leaflet for Primary School Parents||View file|
|Mental Health Effects of Bullying leaflet for Secondary School Parents||View file|
|Mental Health Effects of Bullying Primary School Assembly||View file|
|Mental Health Effects of Bullying Secondary School Assembly||View file|
|'Circle of Friends' Intervention Training Overview||View file|
|'Circle of Friends' Intervention example||View file|
|'Living Brain' Lesson resource||View file|
|Supervision Handbook for MHC's||View file|
|Resilience Rucksack||View file|
|Responding the children affected by the media coverage of the Manchester attack 2017||View file|
|Supporting Children and Young People after major Trauma||View file|
|Mental Health Champion - Job description||View file|
|Senior Leadership Team lead for MHC - Job description||View file|
|Self-harm leaflet for parents of Primary School pupils||View file|
|Self-harm leaflet for parents of Secondary School pupils||View file|
|Network Meeting 1 Overview - Self-harm||View file|
|Self-harm Assembly for Primary School Pupils||View file|
|Self-harm Assembly for Secondary School pupils||View file|
|National CAMHS Support Service - Self-harm in Children and YP Handbook||View file|
|Young Minds resource - Worried About Self-harm||View file|
|Difficult Conversations helpsheet||View file|
|Responding to Self-harm for Primary Schools||View file|
|Responding to Self-harm for Secondary Schools||View file|
|MHC Self-harm Policy for Primary Schools||View file|
|MHC Self-harm Policy for Secondary Schools||View file|
Childrens Mental Health Week 2018 took place between 5th - 11th February. Our schools were involved in taking part and helping spread awareness of what #BeingOurselves means to them in school.
You can find out more by following the link below
The Mental Health Champions were featured in the Telegraph and Argus earlier this year, follow the link below to hear first hand from one of our schools the contribution we feel this project makes to our Young People's experience of school life;