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Big White Wall

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A safe online community of people who are anxious, down or not coping who support and help each other by sharing what’s troubling them, guided by trained professionals.

Available 24/7, Big White Wall is completely anonymous so you can express yourself freely and openly.

Watch this quick 2 minute video to find out how Big White Wall works.

Big White Wall is available free in many areas of the UK via the NHS, employers, and universities. It is also free to all UK serving personnel, veterans, and their families.

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Local resources that facilitate strong links between units and their surrounding communities, and assist in the reintegration of young people back into community life after an in-patient stay. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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New models of community-based support, and links between the community and Tier 4 services, are emerging and these need support – including stability of funding, evaluation and dissemination. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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The ward promotes social and emotional learning through creating a cooperative community and promoting constructive conflict resolution and civic values.

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Based on the ward our Assessment and Adolescent Outreach Team is available to carry out crisis interventions, help prevent unnecessary admissions and assist the discharge planning process. If young people experience difficulty during the transition from inpatient to community care we can provide outreach without the need for them to return to hospital.

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A new community-based Eating Disorder servic

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A new community-based Eating Disorder service will provide new and enhanced community and day treatment for children and young people. The service will work with families and meet the recommended access and waiting time standards – within 24 hours for emergency referrals – within 1 week for urgent cases and within 4 weeks for routine cases. From: yorkshirecoastradio.com

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Based on the ward our Assessment and Adolescent Outreach Team is available to carry out crisis interventions, help prevent unnecessary admissions and assist the discharge planning process. If young people experience difficulty during the transition from inpatient to community care we can provide outreach without the need for them to return to hospital.

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Strong links with community agencies and in particular with Tier 3 – an outward looking treatment ethos – need to be worked on. Similarly, in-patient staff need to be encouraged to think about what they can offer to help improve support to young people on discharge. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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We place great importance on partnerships with each young person and their family, referrers and other professionals. Working together, we set out clear aims and objectives for each young person, allowing us to identify when a young person may be ready for discharge to the care of community services.

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“I think it’s about working in partnership, in true partnership, not just saying it, and working with families in communities, it’s not about providing services in localities, in GP surgeries or in a clinic, it’s about empowering and working with the community in a multi-agency way.” Unit staff (See YoungMinds’ Where Next 2)

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