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Children and Young People’s Mental Health Mentor

Role Summary

Are you passionate about making a positive impact on the lives of children and young people?

Children and Young People’s Mental Health Mentor

The Centre Place & Start Well Integrated Neighbourhood Team

NHS Bassetlaw Place-Based Partnership

This is an incredible opportunity for a professional with a background in working with young people and mental health to advance professionally and be part of the innovative development of Integrated Neighbourhood Teams (INTs) delivering targeted interventions to vulnerable children and young people across Bassetlaw in collaboration with the NHS and wider partners.


Salary: £28,408

Hours: Full time 37hrs per week

Base: Variety of venues across Bassetlaw

Term: 2 Year-Fixed Term


To work with young people aged 11-25 years and may involve working with their parents/carers. Offering targeted mental health support to children and young people prioritising those living within higher socio-economic deprivation areas of Bassetlaw. Empowering young people to enable them to gain control of their mental health and wellbeing utilising person-centered and asset-based approaches.

Mental Health Mentor will be aligned to the 3 Bassetlaw Primary Care Networks (PCN’s), working as part of a multi-disciplinary INT delivering proactive early intervention activities aimed at reducing health inequalities focused on mental health, respiratory related conditions and obesity.

Talkzone Mental Health and Wellbeing Service are seeking dedicated individuals for the new innovative development of the Bassetlaw Start Well Integrated Neighbourhood Team in, collaboration with the NHS and wider partners.

Hours:  37 hours per week

Salary:  £28,408

Contract Length: 2 Year-Fixed Term


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