Young People Friendly
The Community Children’s Health Partnership is committed to providing excellent quality health services in a way that young people appreciate - one way to highlight this is through Young People Friendly Accreditation.
Young People Friendly Accredited services have proven they are in tune with young people aged 11 to 18 years through achieving certain standards to meet young people’s needs. There are up to 7 themes in the young people friendly tool kit that services have to evidence they meet.
Barnardo’s train and support a group of young people who use the service to be assessors to inspect and test the evidence before the tool kit goes to the Young People Friendly panel to be approved. We set very high standards of services so they have to work very hard to achieve this accreditation. Once a service has achieved Young People Friendly they go through the process again every three years.
If you are a service that would like to enter into this accreditation process, or if you are a parent or young person that would like to nominate a service to receive accreditation, we would love to hear from you.
CCHP young people friendly Accredited Services
- Children Looked After Nurse Service (CLAN)
- East Central Community CAMHS
- Hospital CAMHS Service
- Specialist Service for Children with Learning Disabilities
- South Bristol Community CAMHS Service
- South Gloucestershire Community CAMHS Team
- Thinking Allowed – CAMHS service for Children in Care
- Young Peoples Substance Misuse Treatment Service (CAMHS)
- Youth Offending Team Health Services (CAMHS & Nursing)
School Health Nurse Drop-In At:
- Abbeywood School
- Bristol Free School
- Bristol Metropolitan Academy
Bristol Technology and Engineering Academy
- Chipping Sodbury School
- Cotham School
- Downend School
- Fairfield School
- Hanham High School
- Henbury School
- Mangotsfield School
- Marlwood School
- Merchants School
- Oasis Brightstowe School
- Oasis John Williams
- Orchard School
- Sir Bernard Lovell School