Children’s Mental Health Week 2019
Children’s Mental Health Week 2019, from February 4 – 10, shines a spotlight on the mental wellbeing of young people and we’re proud to support this awareness raising campaign.
This year’s theme is Healthy: Inside and Out to encourage children and young people to look after both their minds and bodies, as simple things such as sleeping, eating and being active have a positive impact on wellbeing.
New research from Place2Be, which spearheads the Children’s Mental Health Week campaign, suggests children with less sleep are more likely to struggle with worries.
Children and young people who usually get less than the recommended nine hours sleep on a school night are more likely to feel that worries get in the way of school work (32% vs. 22%), according to a survey of over 1,100 10-11 year-olds and 13-15 year-olds carried out by Place2Be.
We’re here to help
Here at Coventry and Warwickshire Mind, we provide a range of support services to help children and young people with their mental health.
Click the links below of a quick rundown of the one-to-one services, group sessions and support in schools we offer, including details of our new Autism support service:
- Individual support
- Group support
- Support for parents and carers
- Support for schools
- Support for professionals
- Services in Warwickshire via Rise, Coventry and Warwickshire’s emotional wellbeing and mental health services delivered with Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust
Find out more
Follow our Children’s Mental Health Week activities on social media @cwmind on Twitter and /cwmind on Facebook. We’ll be posting with the hashtag #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek.
Discover more about Children’s Mental Health Week 2019 here.