Digital Health News have published an article on Compass BUZZ text messaging service BUZZ US
February 2018 Issue 3
This report aims to describe how the service is continuing to develop and build on our successes from last year 2015/2016. To highlight the real achievements of the service and outline our priorities for the coming year. We have a lot to celebrate, growing and strengthening our School Health & Wellbeing Service workforce, increasing their skills and talents so that they can fulfil their ambition to provide a first class service for the children, young people and families in Warwickshire.
Compass BUZZ, the school mental health and wellbeing project in North Yorkshire, has recently hit the headlines! As such we are proud to share the link below of a local television report that my wonderful colleagues, Ashleigh Coombs (Wellbeing Worker) and Emma Tymon (Team Leader) recently ‘starred’ in:
BUZZ US is a text
messing service run by Compass BUZZ for young people aged 11-18 who live in North Yorkshire
Text a wellbeing worker on 07520 631168
Disclaimer - We do not usually inform parents, teachers or anyone else if you contact Compass BUZZ. We might inform someone if we were concerned about your safety, but we would usually speak to you first. Your messages are stored and can be seen by other Compass BUZZ staff who follow the same confidentiality rules. We aim to reply to you within one working day and you should get an immediate bounce-back to confirm we’ve received your text. Texts will not be seen outside of normal working hours. If you need help before you hear back from us, contact your doctor, visit a NHS walk-in centre or call NHS 111. If it is an emergency, dial 999 or visit A&E. Our text number does not receive voice calls or MMS picture messages. We support messaging from UK mobile numbers only (which does not include messages sent from landlines, international mobile numbers and some 'number masking' mobile apps). Prevent Compass BUZZ sending messages to you by texting STOP to our number. please respect your school’s mobile phone policy. Messages are charged at your usual rates.