What is SEAS?
SEAS is a group of local charities who have come together with the aim of helping children, young people and families to aspire and achieve through providing bespoke emotional well-being support, delivered at the right time and right place through voluntary sector consortium working.
Collectively, the SEAS Consortium has more than 100 years of experience in delivering services and supporting local people. The service was launched in 2013 through which schools, GP’s, other support agencies, and individuals, can discuss and commission emotional well-being support services.
We also offer a range of support services for 10-25 year olds and the professionals working with these young people, through our Mind Space project. Mind Space already deliver a service in Sefton schools, but are committed to innovating and finding new ways to support young people and families in Sefton, around topics including self-harming behaviours.
The Journey of SEAS – How did we get here?
SEAS was developed as a result of a project called BOND (Better Outcomes New Delivery). The video below was developed through the Media Trust, and reflects on the Sefton experience of being involved in BOND, which all SEAS partners were involved in. BOND was a National Department for Education Capacity Building programme (Better Outcomes New Delivery) focusing capacity-building in the voluntary sector to deliver child and youth mental health services. Click here to view the video.
Who are the SEAS partners?
(the lead agency of the consortium)
Sefton Women’s and Children’s Aid
PSS Young Carers Project
Merseyside Youth Association
BOND (Better Outcomes, New Delivery)
Click here for view the BOND page on the Young Minds website
More Information and how to get in touch:
Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services Coordinator
Phone: 0151 920 0726 ext 224
Mobile: 07759 727286