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  1. Suffolk Information Partnership

    The Suffolk Information Partnership (SIP) is a network of organisations supporting people in Suffolk with information and services around care, health and wellbeing. We meet regularly to share updates on our services and discuss topics of interest so that we can work together in a more coordinated…
  2. You said, we did - school survey

    In December 2021, we asked schools to complete a survey to share their views on Suffolk County Council SEND Services with the Department for Education (DfE). Your views were shared by representatives from Suffolk Schools and the DfE commented although improvements have been made to…
  3. NHS Mental Health Crisis Support Line

    The Mental health crisis support line is a 24/7 helpline for people of all ages in Suffolk and Norfolk, who are emotionally distressed, are at breaking point, and need urgent help. Call 111 and press option 2 if you need urgent mental health support. The Crisi line…
  4. Grants and Funding for youth projects

    We know that when young people are engaged in positive activities in their communities, they are more likely to thrive.  They learn new skills, gain confidence and have the opportunity to spend time with peers in a safe space. For many, having grants and funding…
  5. Volunteering

    We know how important volunteers are in supporting youth activities in communities.  Without volunteers, many groups wouldn't operate, so they are hugely valued by the young people who attend them.
  6. Trauma

    This page provides information and support about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD)  Overview of Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)  PTSD is an anxiety disorder caused by experiencing or witnessing a  stressful, frightening or distressing event or serious injury.  Any situation that a person finds traumatic can cause PTSD. Symptoms of PTSD can include: flashbacks, reoccurring…
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