We want to get our services right for young people in Lancashire and to do that we need to hear the voices and opinions of young people so it can shape what we do as an organisation.
We want to find out what is working and what isn't. We want to capture your thoughts about the pandemic and then move on to what we can do to help.
We are conducting our first Children and Young People’s survey across Lancashire.
We are reaching out to schools, community groups and parents/carers.
We work with young people both in schools and the community to promote and educate on mental health and resilience from early years all the way up to young adults at college and university through a variety of projects.
We are trying to capture young people’s opinions and views on mental health in their local area, as well as their own mental wellbeing and what they think we could do as an organisation to improve.
Children and Young People's Project Lead Hannah Holden said: "This is a call-out to young people in Lancashire aged 10 or above to be part of shaping their own future. We are looking for young people to fill in a survey that will help us collect views and opinions of mental health and the impact Covid has had on them over the past year. This will help us shape our services and reach the need of young people in Lancashire.
"As well as this, we are also on the lookout to recruit our own Youth Advisory Group in the near future, who will help us to provide an insight into what children and young people care about in Lancashire and to help us shape our organisation. We are passionate about providing a local service to improve mental wellbeing for all, and we need your help to do it."
To find out more and to access the survey for young people aged between 10 and 15, please email Hannah Holden – Children and Young People Team Project Lead [email protected]
Young people aged between 16 and 25 can access and fill in the survey via the button below.