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Save the Dudley LAAC (Looked After and Adopted Children) Psychology Service

565 Signatures Goal: 450

Please support us to reverse the decision to close down theLAAC(Looked After and Adopted Children) Psychology Service atDudley CAMHS(Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services). This service provides dedicated therapeutic support for looked after and adopted children in the Dudley borough as well as support, consultation and training to parents, foster carers, social workers and other professionals.

This service will close by early summer 2013 (date to be confirmed) unless we can apply pressure, on Dudley Children’s Services and Dudley & Walsall Mental Health Trust, to alter their decision.

Please support us by signing the petition below.

Thank you.

For more information please visit our website via the link to your right.

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For more information please visit our website www.savedudleycamhs.co.uk
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Feb 26, 2014
    Feb 26, 2014
    An essential service that does huge amounts of work for this already highly disadvantaged group. Please keep this service going.
  • Samantha Darling
    Samantha Darling United Kingdom, Wednesbury
    Dec 09, 2013
    Dec 09, 2013
    This is a vital service that has supported me and my adopted son. It is important that it remains open whilst I need it and that may be for many years - the next 11 at the least.
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