01752 434 476 The Terraces,
Mount Gould Hospital,
Plymouth PL4 7QD
info@giveachildachance.org.uk

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in Plymouth

Plymouth Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) provide help/treatment for young people with emotional, mental health & behavioural difficulties.

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Parents: get the help
you need

Packed with information for parents & carers, The Plymouth Parent Partnership’s website is easy to use and a great starting point if you’re bewildered about what to do.

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CAMHS

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service provides help for children and young people and their families when the child or young person has a difficulty with their mental health. If you’d like to use the service please speak to a professional who knows you or your family doctor, who will be happy to refer you.

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The Plymouth Parent Partnership

The Plymouth Parent Partnership is an invaluable service that gives impartial and confidential support to parents and carers. Their website, featuring a full directory of services, is an excellent first place to go if you want information and advice about how to secure help for your child.


The Plymouth Herald

The Herald has been a staunch supporter from the very beginning. They were founders of the original appeal and have gone out of their way to promote our message and publicize our events ever since.


Plymouth & South West
Co-operative Society

The other co-founder back in 2005. They offered financial support and sponsorship at launch, for which we are very grateful. They have now merged with The Co-Operative Society.


Britannia Building Society, Plymouth

Huge effort from the guys at Britannia, who donated an enormous £3800 in 2009


Local Businesses & Organisations

Big cheers to the following for all their help:

Whitsand Bay Golf Club
Working Links
Music of the Night
Marjons
RAOB Club
Devon Masonic
HSBC
House of Frazer


Sports Clubs

Thanks again to Plymouth Civil Service Club for all their continued support.


HMS Bulwark

Many thanks for all your help in 2009. You helped to raise £667.


Plymouth College

We are extremely grateful to Plymouth College Preparatory School who teamed up with CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) under the ‘Give a Child a Chance’ appeal to offer regular access to the school’s sport facilities.


Plymouth University

The university has been a longstanding and very active supporter, offering space for events and promoting our charity every Rag Week too. They always raise vital funds – and awareness of children’s mental health challenges in the Plymouth area.

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AGM

6pm at The Secco Lounge (Royal William Yard) on Thursday May 11th.
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Supporting Give a Child a Chance since 2005