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It said that services were lacking resources and that teams are unable to deliver the level of care and support that they want to, due to a lack of recognition by Health Boards of the importance of CAMHS provision.
As the Telegraph reported T this week, the report into CAMHS pointed out that some young patients, including those at risk of self-harm, are waiting up to a year for treatment in the face of rising demand, with a 20 per cent rise in referrals from the previous year.
Other pilots include efforts to improve services for children who might not need in-patient CAMHS care but have serious problems with self-harm or drug abuse, and helping schools to manage early signs of mental health problems in pupils.
Ariel Trust, (the creators of the resource) has not only responded to a need identified by Liverpool CAMHS Partnership and a number of local trans organisations but, empowered a group of young trans people to produce a website, providing the information, advice and support they needed, but could not access elsewhere.
When a child or young person does need inpatient care for the treatment of a mental disorder, in the vast majority of cases, it will be expected that Welsh CAMHS inpatient Drakeford units will be the most appropriate place of care.
Integrated mental health/ CAMHS (primary and secondary); and
Looked after young people's access to mental health services (CAMHS) is a topic frequently discussed by participants on training courses and concerns about waiting times have increased since recent cuts to CAMHS budgets.
I feel CAMHS has helped me get my son out of the black hole he was in.