CAMHS: learning from case reviews

Summary of risk factors and learning for improved practice for child and adolescent mental health services

Child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) practitioners have a key role to play helping children and young people rebuild their lives following difficult early experiences such as abuse and neglect. However organisational and operational challenges can result in many vulnerable young people not receiving the help they need when they need it.

The learning from these case reviews highlights these difficulties as well as emerging good practice to resolve these issues.

Published: July 2017

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