Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing support for Children, Young People and their families, with other services specifically supporting adults; Babyloss Bereavement Service and Bedfordshire Suicide Bereavement Service. We also offer a Specialist Bereavement Service in Kent and Medway.
PLEASE NOTE : CHUMS is not an urgent mental health response service. If you, a child, or young person are at immediate risk to themselves or others, please contact your GP or local A&E. Alternatively, you can call NHS 111 – Option 2 for Mental Health Crisis Support – available 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Service User Participation & Feedback
Children and Young People Service User Participation Forum
Would you like to get involved in an exciting opportunity, making changes, and influencing the future of CHUMS, while having fun with other like-minded children and young people?
Would you like to get together and share ideas with regards to how we can make a difference to mental health and emotional wellbeing services for children and young people in our area? If so, we would love to have you on board our team! You can do this by joining our CYP Service User Participation Forum.
Parent and Carer Participation Forum
CHUMS recognises that parents and carers are key stakeholders and we are keen to encourage people to join our Parent and Carer Participation Forum.
Feedback from service users and their families is imperative in helping us to design and develop new services, as well as improve our current service delivery.
Please use the contact form to request further information on Service User Participation. PLEASE NOTE: this contact form is for information on Service User Participation only and not for referrals – to submit a referral to our service, please use the following link: https://chums.uk.com/refer
If you are interested in Suicide Prevention, please undertake the 20 minutes free e-learning training developed by the Zero Suicide Alliance ‘Suicide – Let’s Talk’ by following this link http://www.zerosuicidealliance.com/training/