Please read the letter below from Dan Barton, Assistant Director - Education & Skills.
12th May 2020
the Childcare Hub is now established with voluntary staff and also virtual support from isolated staff.
if you are a Critical Worker and need a place for your Child, please email me:
Thank you for the very kind emails I have received during this truly challenging time, they have really lifted my spirits.
I am in daily contact with the staff and we are all really missing our children.
Keep safe, Keep smiling and children -Be Kind!
My Time Cumbria (Barnardos) Primary Care Mental Health Service:
Initial telephone advice can be obtained from the Primary Mental Health Workers who can be contacted as below:
Nikki.firstname.lastname@example.org (Tel 07510 586358)
Annabel.email@example.com (Tel 01539 742626)
My Time has put in place a new model of working throughout Cumbria, to provide support during the COVID-19 Pandemic. All new referrals will have a Primary Assessment Meeting online, through an approved platform, or by telephone as part of a three stage process. The administration team will continue to allocate assessments as referrals are received. Those who are currently receiving a service will continue via telephone. Young people who have been contacted are continuing their interventions with the practitioners allocated to them.
Referrals can be made directly by contacting My Time on the number below:
MyTime Cumbria Telephone: 01539 742626 (Working Days: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm)
My Time will continue to triage with CAMHS on a daily basis and will also support Early Help to ensure that young people referred to services access the correct service at the earliest opportunity. They will continue to offer online and telephone support to professionals across the County and support them with identifying suitable and relevant interventions that are available.