Teenage CAMHS Programs

CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services and is the name for the NHS services that assess and treat young people with emotional, behavioural or mental health difficulties.

Our Woodland Project supports young people registered with CAMHS through our long-term nature-based program.

This is a life changing training for a group of capable but vulnerable young adults (18 – 25 years) who are attending our Young Nature Leaders Initiative and gaining a Level 2 Forest School assistant qualification.

We are currently looking for new funding to be able to continue offering this project.

Get in touch to commission a project

To discuss how we can partner you with green care social prescribing and nature-based interventions:

Awards for the Project

  • Corporate Livewire Therapeutic Service Provider of the Year 2022/3
  • Corporate Livewire Therapeutic Service Provider of the Year 2021
  • ITV’s People’s Project Winner 2017
  • 2015 Sussex Partnership Positive Practice Awards
  • Highly Commended in the National Innovation in Child, Adolescent and Young People’s Mental Health Award
  • Environmental Achievement Award at the SPARK Awards 2016

With much support we have compiled our Woodland Project Report written in collaboration with the late Dr Martin Jordan.

You can also listen to our BBC Sussex radio interview about the Project here