We can help you access the right support for both you, your child and your family.
What is CAMHS?
CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. They offer assessment and treatment when children and young people have emotional, behavioural or mental health difficulties.
These can include:
- Eating problems
- Family relationships
- Hearing voices
- Problems at school
- Suicidal feelings
Children and young people and their families can be referred to CAMHS if children are finding it hard to cope with family life, school or the wider world. If these difficulties are too much for family, friends or GPs to help with, CAMHS may be able to assist.
How can we help?
- to speak to someone who understands
- to find support for yourself
- to get information and advice
Call 01992 58 69 69 to speak to one of our Carer Suppor Advisors or email us (use subject: CAMHS)
Have your say
If you have used CAMHS we would like to hear your views on how it can be improved. Your involvement is needed to let service providers know which services are working or need improvement and to make sure it respects people's dignity, independence and promotes recovery. By having your say you can help shape the future delivery of CAMHS for other parents and carers.
How you can get involved
Join our CAMHS Parents and Other Carers' Involvement Network. This will give you the opportunity:
- to get support, information and advice
- to meet parents and other carers with similar experiences and share information and concerns
- to tell us about your experiences of services by email, telephone, responding to surveys or attending one-off workshops
Email us to register your interest and we will be in touch. (use subject: CAMHS)