New online home for CAMHS

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) website has moved to a new home and has a new look and feel.

After consultation with parents, children, young people and professionals the existing CAMHS website has been transferred to 

Old favourites are still there, including Feeling Good Week and pages with mental health information and advice for professionals, parents, carers, children and young people. And you'll also now be able to find information on related subjects such as alcohol, drugs, healthy eating and other health topics.

The increased visibility for mental health issues on a popular site such as Healthy Surrey may help to reduce stigma associated with mental health and people will see that CAMHS is part of the wider ‘health and wellbeing’ agenda and not a separate stand-alone issue.

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