Mental

Health

Mental ill health can affect anyone at any time, at any point in their life, whether you are a child, adult or older person.

Some examples of mental health conditions are depression and anxiety but there are many more. Loss or separation, life changes or traumatic events can all affect our mental wellbeing.

Feeling like you have a mental health condition or being diagnosed with one is nothing to be ashamed of, and people should ask for help as soon as they are feeling that they are unable to cope with day to day life because of their mental health.

What we do

– We are approachable and will provide support and reassurance for people who may be struggling with their mental health
– We have a Safeguarding and Welfare Team who you can contact if you have any concerns
– We will help to develop the self-confidence and self-esteem of all staff and learners
– We review our learners’ welfare via regular reviews
– We provide advice and information on the Stay Safe section of our website, including details of national organisations that can help

What you will do

– I will talk to someone if I feel that I am struggling with my mental health in any way
– I will recognise if and when I need some help
– I know that I can report my concerns to the Safeguarding and Welfare Team at SWCA

Any Concerns

Should you have any concerns or would like more information, please contact SWCA Safeguarding and Welfare Team

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