Community Children’s Health Partnership (CCHP)

Community Children’s Health Partnership provides child healthcare and child and adolescent mental healthcare across Bristol and South Gloucestershire.

What is this Community Children’s Health Partnership (CCHP)?

We work alongside Sirona care & health (lead provider) and Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust (AWP) to deliver the Community Children’s Health Partnership (CCHP).Working with Barnardo’s, CCHP provides child healthcare and child and adolescent mental healthcare across Bristol and South Gloucestershire.

To find out more about CCHP, please visit the about us page on the CCHP website.

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What does this service offer?

There are over 800 staff in the CCHP including:

  • Community Paediatricians
  • Children’s Therapists
  • Health Visitors
  • School Health Nurses
  • Children’s Mental Health Teams

CCHP also provide a range of more specialised children’s mental health services and services for children with disabilities.

To find out about the services provided by CCHP and the conditions we can help with please use the A-Z finder in the Explore section on the CCHP website.

Who is this service for?

The dedicated staff team work across professional and organisational boundaries to provide a high quality and integrated service to children, young people, families and carers, especially those from vulnerable and hard to reach groups.

Visiting CCHP

To find out more where CCHP services are based, please visit the Visiting CCHP page ont he CCHP website.

Have your say

There are many ways to get involved with the Community Children’s Health Partnership.

We value the views of children, young people and parents / carers on how their community health services are run so that we can make your experience of these services as good as possible.

The Barnardo’s HYPE team (Helping Young People – and children and families – Engage) can help you to get involved and look at the best way to do so. You can contact emily.roberts@barnardos.org.uk or ring 0117 9349726.

To find out more about CCHP, please visit http://cchp.nhs.uk