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SURVEY: Help improve the information available about the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service

This survey should take about 15 minutes to complete


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If you experience mental health problems, you and the people who care for you need to get information and advice easily. This survey is about the specialist mental health service for children and adolescents, sometimes called CAMHS for short. We want to find out what you know about this service.

We need your help to ensure that the most helpful kind of information about the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service is available in the right places when it’s needed for children and young people and their carers. This survey should take about 15 minutes to complete. You do not put your name on it and your answers will not identify who you are.

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Everyone’s answers will be put together and analysed to see if people think the same ways or in different ways about the problem we are trying to solve. Your views will be helpful in ensuring that we learn to communicate better with young people and families about what the mental health service does and how it works. 

If you are upset about anything in this questionnaire – talk to an adult that you trust about it.

You can text Childline by sending TALK to 50101 (free) to or you can call the Samaritans on 116 123 (free).

Note that this survey is focused on the information available about CAMHS. If you have any other compliments, complaints or suggestions for the CAMHS service, or any other HSE service, please contact yoursay@hse.ie or LoCall the YourSay Team on 1890 424 555.

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Published November 29th, 2016
Last updated January 6th, 2017
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