Want help with your mental health? Check out our video!

We’re at #RESET2020 today, hosted by Calm Connections to bring Trafford families, communities & workforce together to reset youth mental health. Our Youthwatch Trafford volunteer Diya put together this brilliant video to showcase the the #mentalhealth information for young people in Trafford that you can find on our website: youthwatchtrafford.co.uk/health-hub/mental-health/ Remember there’s info for adults on the Healthwatch Trafford website...

Free online counselling now available for children and young people across Greater Manchester

All children and young people in Greater Manchester can now access free online counselling and emotional well-being support. From Tuesday 14 April, the Kooth online counselling and emotional wellbeing platform will be available to any young person who may be struggling with their mental health during the COVID-19 outbreak. Kooth is for young people aged 11-18 and offers a variety of resources, including:...

Our Questions Answered: The Children’s Rights Service

If you are a child or young person in Trafford in care or who are using aftercare services and feel you need some help or advice, the Children’s Rights Service can help you. There’s more information about it here: www.trafforddirectory.co.uk/kb5/trafford/fsd/service.page?id=S4NVPfAmqbc YouthwatchTrafford recently conducted an interview with Children’s Rights Officer Alex Bridge and these were his responses: What would you have to...