Camhs north east essex
Someone, usually your parents, teacher, GP, or yourself if old enough, can refer you for an assessment with CAMHS to see what help you could get.If you're being supported by social care, a youth offending team or a service at your school, they might also be able to refer you.CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.CAMHS are the NHS services that assesses and treat young people with emotional, behavioural or mental health difficulties.To find your nearest service provider you can type your postcode or select a region to view all the services in that area.Please note all referrals are handled by individual services.Visit their page for more information on how to refer and to access referral forms.Updated 26 January 2016When aggregating ratings, our inspection teams follow a set of principles to ensure consistent decisions.
A lot of our schemes now feature peer support as a core element.
The principles will normally apply but will be balanced by inspection teams using their discretion and professional judgement in the light of all of the available evidence.
We rated North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust as requires improvement overall because: Following this inspection, we identified that the trust was not meeting Regulations 9,10,12 and 17 of The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014.
Our care homes and 24hr supported housing schemes provide round the clock support for individuals in safe, recovery focussed environments, often as a step down from a stay in hospital or as an alternative to being admitted to hospital.
Click here to see our CQC certificate of registration Our crisis services provide short term, community-based interventions for people to re-establish control over their situation and to develop coping strategies to prevent relapses.