To access support, the young person must be ready, willing and able to engage in our service. If this is not the case, we will be unable to complete support at that time, however please resubmit a referral once the young person feels ready to engage.
Kernow Connect Service Criteria:
Youth Worker Referrals:
This is for young people needing a little extra support to improve their well-being. This includes low confidence, low self-esteem, bullying, isolation and interpersonal challenges.
This does NOT include self-harm, suicidal thoughts, anxiety or trauma.
Status of Youth Worker Referrals - OPEN
Well-being Practitioners (Low-Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) Referrals:
This support is for young people experiencing anxiety, low-mood or behavioural difficulties, alongside potential risks of suicidal thoughts and self-harm actions.
This does NOT include trauma support, bereavement or suicidal plans and/or actions.
Status of Well-being Practitioner Referrals - CLOSED
Kernow Connect's Dreadnought (Counselling) Referrals:
This support is for young people experiencing mental health difficulties that are causing a significant impairment to their ability to function on a daily basis, alongside at least one of the following criteria:
Status of Kernow Connect’s Dreadnought Referrals – OPEN (Limited Availability)
- A CAMHS assessment has been undertaken but no ongoing therapeutic intervention has been put in place
- Discharged from in-patient services and in need of support to re-engage
- The Young Person is registered as CIN / CP / In-care
- School refusing and/or low education attendance
- At risk of exclusion from school
Once we reach capacity, referrals will be closed, ensuring both efficacy and efficiency of the service. This closure notice will be confirmed at the top of this form, and subsequently updated when re-opened.
For information on how to access all of our other services, please visit our website and select the 'Getting Support'