Published Monday, 05 July 2021
With schools closing for the summer at the end of this month, children and young peoples’ service, Kooth will continue to be available to offer support across our area.
The service is encouraging individuals or organisations to reach out if they have any summer activities or events planned where Kooth may be able to support.
A variety of events and live forums are planned for the month of July.
- Monday 5 July – Summer Plans to Keep Connected
- Wednesday 14 July – Breaking Gender StereoTypes
- Monday 19 July – Self Care: Tricks and Tips
Young people can access the sessions by visiting Kooth.com and clicking ‘Join Kooth’ to set up an account. From there they can then access into the Kooth discussions on the website and they will see the live forums being advertised. Access the latest podcasts.
Kooth is an anonymous digital counselling and support service for children and young people to access emotional wellbeing and early intervention mental health support. The service is available to all young people across Coventry and Warwickshire aged 11-25 years and is jointly funded by the City Council and Coventry and Rugby Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
Over the next few weeks, some new Eventbrite sessions will be created aimed at Parents and Carers to find out about Kooth, specific sessions to support 19-25-year-olds, together with a tailored session providing a live demo of the site and sharing the content available for young people over the 6 weeks’ break.
A Kooth Information session will also be running on 20 July for any professionals who want to learn about the service. Register for the Kooth Information Session (Professionals).