Buckinghamshire County Council leaders were ‘hugely encouraged’ by a recent meeting to assess Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in the county.
The select committee chairperson Val Letheren said, “I don’t know how many people are aware of how good a service we have here. For instance, the work they do with eating disorders, and their commitment to giving early support and crisis intervention sounds very impressive.”
“They appear to be working well across the spectrum of mental health services, so I do hope that people who need their services will be made aware how to engage with them. We were very pleased to see the way this has created a direct link with both primary and secondary schools. This shows partnership working at its best.”
Read more about the inquiry here.