Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental health awareness week Supporting young people The sudden change in children and teenagers routines because of the impact of Domestic Abuse but also combined with the Covid 19 crisis will be worrying and upsetting, younger children might find it difficult to understand. But there are lots of things we can do to look after are CYP mental health and wellbeing. The self-help tool kit is a great place to start talking to your children reminding your child it is normal to feel unsure or scared. The tool kit has lots of fun engaging activity’s to help with health and wellbeing. Few tips to help your child beat anxiety or worrying feelings. · Reassure them they are safe · Help them talk about

Information Leaflet

Please have a look at our leaflet in conjunction with DASSN. It offers help and advice and useful numbers. Please share far and wide!

Rural Consultation

NDAS is aware that 1 size does not fit all and would like your help to identify what methods of support would work for victims of abuse in communities across Northumberland. We would be grateful if you could take a few moments to complete our survey. as part of our initial consultation, thank you for your support.

Funding Update

We are delighted to announce that we have received a grant from Kim McGuinness - Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner, to help us to continue to deliver our services throughout this pandemic. We are very grateful for the continued support.

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