Our commitment to you
Frimley Clinical Commissioning Group is committed to ensuring every child and young person can access the right kind of support when they need it and are continually striving to improve services with their help.
Children’s health and wellbeing
The local authority teams provide advice and information on services and activities for children and young people, which can support them to improve their physical and or mental health, take a look at each area below
Bracknell Forest residents:
Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead residents:
Children’s mental health
Good mental health allows us to cope with life’s ups and downs. If school is rubbish, you’re trying to figure out who you are and parents are stressing you out... then why wouldn’t you feel down about the world? But that’s really hard if it means you feel bad about yourself, lose confidence and can’t bounce back.
The #littlebluebookofsunshine explains some of the things you can do right now to feel better, or who to turn to if things feel too much. Download a copy to your phone from Apple books or Google Play books.
North East Hampshire and Farnham and Surrey Heath
If your child aged 12 and 24 requires talking therapies:
Young Person's Safe Haven
Visit the Young Person's Safe Haven in Farnborough if you're aged 10 to 17:
- Find out more about the Children and Young Persons Safe Haven for young people aged 10-18 from Surrey Heath
- For urgent help with your mental health call the crisis helpline on 0800 915 4644 (24 hours a day, every day)
Bracknell/Slough/Windsor, Ascot & Maidenhead
Take a look at the mental health services available for children and young people below.