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 offers a range of emotional well-being support services at a reasonable cost. SEAS partners use a range of outcome measurement tools to demonstrate the effectiveness of interventions.
SEAS are committed to innovating and finding new ways to support young people and families in Sefton around issues including self-harming behaviours.
Who are the SEAS partners?
Members of the SEAS Consortium came together in 2013 as a positive outcome of their participation in a national Department for Education programme, BOND (Better Outcomes, New Delivery). BOND focused on building the capacity of voluntary sector organisations to design, deliver and evaluate the impact of emotional and social wellbeing focused interventions for children, young people and families.
Members include the following Sefton-based organisations and Sefton CVS, the lead agency, all of which are registered charities with credible reputations. Click on the logos for more information on each partner agency.
Contact SEAS coordinator Emma Lambert at:
Phone: 0151 920 0726 ext 224