Liverpool CCG has extended its commissioning of digital mental health service Kooth to include 10-13 year olds across all 30 wards of Liverpool City.
Online mental health and wellbeing service Qwell has been commissioned by Gloucestershire County Council Qwell is accessible for anyone over 18 in the area, with no referrals, waiting lists or thresholds to meet Qwell is delivered by XenZone, the UK’s leading digital mental health provider. The business is seeing increased demand across all its services […]
Online mental health and wellbeing service Kooth has been commissioned in the area. It is free, safe and anonymous. Kooth is accessible to all 11-25s across the region, with no referrals, waiting lists or thresholds to meet Kooth is commissioned across more than 140 other NHS areas and is seeing increased demand during the coronavirus […]
Kooth Joins Shout in Partnering with Children’s Mental Health Charity Place2Be to Support Young People Throughout Covid-19 Outbreak Digital mental health support will complement Place2Be’s approach to providing early mental health intervention in schools Kooth is delivered by XenZone, the UK’s largest digital mental health provider Kooth is commissioned in 85% of the NHS’s clinical […]
[Picture: top row L-R: Prof Chris Hollis, Dr Liz England, Elaine Bousfield, Dr Sandeep Ranote and Dr Matthew Patrick. Bottom row L-R: Prof Shon Lewis, Sir Norman Lamb, Steve Gilbert OBE, Sarah Hughes and Gregor Henderson] Sir Norman: “The role of safe and accredited digital services now becomes critical.” XenZone announces new Advisory Board, chaired […]
Birmingham City Council, working with Birmingham Children’s Partnership, commissions Kooth in response to the coronavirus crisis The new Kooth service provides ongoing digital mental health support to around 250,000 young people across Birmingham city Kooth is accessible to all 11-25s in Birmingham, with no referrals, waiting lists or thresholds to meet Kooth is commissioned across […]
Children and Young People across Herefordshire now have access to Kooth.com. The service will provide young people in Herefordshire with safe, free and anonymous online mental health support.
Jami, the Jewish community’s mental health service, has been working with XenZone to provide Jewish university students across the UK with access to Kooth Student, an online mental health service. The service is available to Jewish university students wherever they are studying in the UK and can be accessed via https://jami.kooth.com. On Kooth Student, students […]
CPSL Mind has commissioned Qwell, a free, online counselling and emotional wellbeing service for adults from digital mental health experts XenZone. Adults in Cambridge and Peterborough will be able to access Qwell to gain support and guidance in whatever capacity, whenever they need it. Qwell offers adults free access to a range of materials to […]
In this difficult time, City & Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group along with CAMHs Alliance have decided to fast-track the implementation of this service to support children and young people through the current Covid-19 circumstance and beyond. The service will be free for young people in City and Hackney and will provide a safe and secure […]
A free online mental health and emotional wellbeing support service has been launched to help children and young people living in Hull, East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. People aged between 11 and 25 in these areas can now register to use Kooth, a free, anonymous online counselling and emotional wellbeing service which can be accessed […]
Kooth Student, the online mental health support service, releases 12 months of data from three universities in England Kooth Student, the online mental health and wellbeing support service from XenZone, has today released data showing anxiety and stress was the most common presenting issue in more than 600 online counselling sessions held with students at […]