We are an alliance of organisations (NHS and national and local voluntary sector) who will work together to provide a new range of services for children and families and deliver the appropriate level of support at the right time. The alliance partners are:



Provides engagement and family support for children and young people and will also focus on neurodevelopmental (ND) support and workforce training.

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Learning Space

Focuses on delivery of the new service with an emphasis on the neurodevelopmental pathway providing support to children, young people and families.


National Autistic Society

Provides peer support for parents of autistic children and offer regular drop in clinics to quickly engage children and young people with challenging behaviour.

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Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Trust

Acts as lead provider with a focus on delivery of clinical interventions and crisis support.

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The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust

Co-author of the THRIVE Framework along with the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families. They will support implementation of the Surrey THRIVE Framework and provide a clinical training programme which will strengthen clinical leadership and support an outcomes-based framework.

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The Surrey Wellbeing Partnership (SWP)

Plays a key role in early support, building relationships with children, young people and families and strengthening links with the wider community provision.

A group of 13 local and national voluntary sector (not for profit) organisations comprising: Barnardo’s, The East to West Trust, The Eikon Charity, Emerge, Learning Space, Leatherhead Youth Project, The Matrix Trust, The National Autistic Society, Peer Productions, Relate West Surrey, Step by Step Partnership Ltd, Surrey Care Trust and YMCA East Surrey.

We will also be working in partnership with schools and health settings including GPs, blue light services and local hospitals, as well as various voluntary sector organisations, the wider community such as sports and social clubs, church groups and many more.

We will create a culture of continuous improvement; we are committed to listening to children, young people and their families, and continually review and adapt what we do to make it work better and meet people’s needs effectively.