If you are a young person living in Hertfordshire there is now a great opportunity to have your say on the local Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).
The Joint Commissioning Team at Hertfordshire County Council are responsible for deciding who provides mental health support services for children and young people in Hertfordshire. At the moment these services are provided by Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation Trust and the Joint Commissioning Team want to make sure that the Trust is providing the best possible service for children and young people in Hertfordshire.
Clicking on the link below will take you to a survey with a number of questions about Hertfordshire mental health services for you to answer. The responses to this survey will help identify what mental health services are doing well and what they need to do better. The survey is open until Friday 17th August.
This survey is open to all children and young people in Hertfordshire up to the age of 25 – you don’t need to have experience of using mental health services. You can answer as many questions that apply to you. All responses are anonymous.
If you would like to find out more about this survey please get in touch with the Regional VIK Worker Kevin Davis: firstname.lastname@example.org
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