Safety Plan

Published: May, 2018

Parents tell us that they want to know what they can do in a crisis. Specialist CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) is increasingly difficult to access quickly and sometimes families wait for 6 weeks or more unsure of what they can do to support their child. We can provide on line coaching support for parents waiting to be seen by CAMHS but we are not available 24 hours a day. For this reason we are suggesting parents with children with emotional and mental health difficulties have a Safety Plan.

Alpiri Coping and Safety Plan - pdf to download 

Kooth - free safe and anonymous on line support for young people

Samaritans - a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way and about anything that may be getting to you- you do not need to be suicidal and you can be any age.

Childline - free on line, on the phone free support for young people and children under the age of 19years whatever the issue big or small

NSPCC Help Line  call line is open 24 hours or email

Young Minds- free Parents Help Line 


EHCAP would like to thank Beyond Blue for the amazing work they are doing and for making this wonderful video clip available for us all to view 

*remember the emergency numbers at the end are for Austraila*


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