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    A website has been launched to support young people and their relatives in North Staffordshire get the most out of mental health services. happycomputer.jpg

    CAMHS Ready is an online tool that gives support and advice to people preparing to access North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust’s care, reports Stoke Sentinel.

    Users can access the site on smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers.

    Whilst the website is primarily aimed at young people aged 10-18, it also provides a service that gives advice to other family members and can be used to help children under the age of 10 prepares for the use of services.

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    August 18, 2015 by Laura Matthews Categories: Mental Health

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