Bucks CAMHS Survey
We want to make sure children and young people in Buckinghamshire can easily access high quality mental health services that will support their wellbeing in the right way and at the right time. This is more important than ever in light of the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on young people.
We have increased investment in Buckinghamshire’s Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) over the last five years. We are now planning for the future of the service and how it should be developed. This is an ongoing process and it is really important for us to get the views of people with experience of the service to make sure we are proceeding in the right way. Your feedback can help us understand what prevents people from using CAMHS when they may actually need support from the service.
By sparing a few minutes to answer these questions, you can help us plan these services for the next year and beyond so that we can ensure they are working well for those who need them.
Non-urgent advice: Take part
This survey can be answered by either:
- Secondary school age children (age 11 and over) and young people
- Adults, including those who may have looked after a child or young person who has used these services
29th October 2021
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