**Nid yw’r safle we hwn yn cael eu diweddaru rhagor oherwydd mae’r rhaglen gyfredol Law yn Llaw at Blant a phobl ifanc (T4CYP) wedi gorffen. Byddem ni’n gweithio a’r tudalennau we newydd yn ystod 2020, ar ôl i’r cyllid cael ei chadarnhau ar gyfer y rhaglen newydd T4CYP(2).**
**This website is no longer updated, as the current Together for Children and Young People (T4CYP) Programme has ended. We will be working on new, bilingual website pages in 2020, once funding has been agreed for a refocussed T4CYP (2) Programme.**
About the Programme
T4CYP was launched by the Minister for Health and Social Care at a stakeholder event at the end of February 2015. Led by the NHS in Wales, this multi-agency service improvement programme is working at pace to reshape, remodel and refocus the emotional and mental health services provided for children and young people in Wales, in line with the principles of prudent health and care. T4CYP is based on a human rights approach and is committed to embedding the 7 Core Aims for children and young people under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).
The Windscreen Model
T4CYP is using the Windscreen Model to inform its thinking, which shows how a wide range of services provide a continuum of support for children and families. These services are provided by a wide range of statutory and third sector organisations and so working in partnership to get the balance right between these is central to successfully delivering T4CYP.