Parent support for mental health issues
We not only support pupils with mental health but want to support parents and carers to support themselves.
We offer a range of services and support for parents and carers including training to be a mental health first aider- this is an accredited course and is delivered by our own staff.
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How to seek help for a mental health problem:
Supporting your child’s mental health
Parents survival guide
The following are local groups which may be able to help you:
Andy’s Man Club
A talking group which provides a place for men to come together in a safe environment to talk about issues/problems they be have faced or are currently facing
Dewsbury Group – every Monday 7pm – Union House, 29 Union Street, Dewsbury, WF13 1AS.
Community Links Engagement & Recovery Service (CLEAR)
Provides support for people in Kirklees with a range of mental health needs including dementia, to reach their goals and aspirations. And offers one to one support to help individuals to plan and take part in a wide variety of group activities.
Call: Dewsbury – 01924 465054
A single point of contact in Kirklees, for anyone concerned about a child’s emotional health and wellbeing
Call: 0300 304 5555