CAMHS Mentoring Project

The CAMHS Mentoring Project matches volunteers on a one-to-one basis with current Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) users. The pair meet regularly to access community activities together and build a relationship. Volunteer mentors are someone the service user can have fun with, try new things with, and talk to for informal pastoral support.

Currently only accepting applications from potential volunteers who identify as male.


Location: across Southwark, Lambeth, Lewisham and Croydon. We will only consider applications from individuals living in, or close, to these boroughs.

When: about 2 hours per week. Mentoring can take place late afternoon/evening and at the weekend for flexibility around full time education and work.

Commitment: 9 months

Age requirement: 19 to 25

Role description: please download the CAMHS Mentor applicant pack for full information about the role, expectations and process.

To apply: after you have read the applicant pack, please complete the application form.

If you have any questions you can contact Sarah, the Young Person Volunteer Coordinator, on or 020 3228 3978. Please add the email address to your contacts to avoid emails going to your spam/junk box.

Other roles
If you are over 25, please get in touch with Isobel Mdudu on or 020 3228 3978 to find out more about our Community Befriender roles supporting adult service users. We currently cannot facilitate volunteering with CAMHS inpatient settings.

Accessing mentoring
If you are a service user interested in being supported by a mentor, please talk to someone in your CAMHS team who can explore this with you.

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