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Sutton Alliance

Jigsaw4u is funded to provide loss and bereavement support, parenting support and work with young people who go missing.

Sutton Alliance is a group of organisations funded by The South West London and St George’s Mental Heath NHS Trust to work together to provide services for children, young people and families affected by a variety of issues including; bereavement, loss, young people going missing, self harm, anxiety, ASD and challenging behaviour.

Jigsaw4u is funded to provide loss and bereavement support, parenting support and work with young people who go missing. Referrals for all Sutton Alliance services (excluding Missing Children) are made via Sutton CAMHS Single Point of Referral using the existing referral form. All referrals will be offered an assessment within 2 weeks, then if appropriate, passed to the relevant service and will enter psychological treatment within 12 weeks.

Referrals should be sent by secure email to SuttonCAMHSReferrals@swlstg-tr.nhs.uk. If you do not have access to secure email, please call 020 3513 3800 or Fax 020 3513 3993

The Parent Child Game is a parenting programme which is a CAMHS Tier 2 service within Sutton Alliance.

The programme is a more specialist parenting programme which works with and supports both parents and child to enhance parenting skills, improve child behaviour and improve parent-child relationships.

Referrals can be made through the School or GP to Sutton CAMHS Single Point of Access – 020 3513 3800

The Loss and Bereavement Project through Sutton Alliance provides emotional and therapeutic support for children and young people affected by bereavement and loss in Sutton.

The project offers 6-8 sessions for children and young people and a 6 week family group programme.

Referrals can be made through the School or GP to Sutton CAMHS Single Point of Access – 020 3513 3800

The Missing Young People Service as part of Sutton Alliance offers Return Home Interviews to any young person from Sutton who and is reported missing to the police.

As well as Return Home Interviews, The Missing Young People project offers 6 sessions of assertive outreach including advocacy & mediation & additional 12 sessions for more serious cases.

Referrals for Missing Young People will be taken direct from the Police/MASH.