Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
- Haringey Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
- Care, Education and Treatment Reviews (CETRs)
- Forensic CAMHS Service
Haringey Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), or Children and Young People Mental Health Service (CYPS), provides multidisciplinary assessment and treatment of children and young people with mental health or severe emotional and behavioural difficulties.
Haringey's Children and Young People Mental Health Service is an NHS service consisting of five teams which work closely together, with all referrals coming through a service called CYPS Access. The teams and services are:
- Haringey CHOICES
- CAMHS Generic Team (including CAMHS Access)
- Adolescent Outreach Team
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service – Learning Disability
- Health and Emotional Wellbeing Service
For information about the teams and services: visit the Haringey CYPS pages (external link)
Making a referral:
For information on referrals, visit the Making a Referral webpage (external link)
Care (Education) and Treatment Reviews (CETRs) are part of NHS England’s commitment to transforming services for people of all ages with a learning disability and autistic people. CETRs are for people who have been admitted to a mental health hospital or for people who are at risk of admission. They are undertaken by commissioners to ensure that people are only admitted to hospital when absolutely necessary and for the minimum amount of time possible. Care and Treatment Reviews (CTRs) are for adults and CETRs are for children and young people.
- For information visit the NHS Care, Education and Treatment Reviews (CETRs) website (external link)
- 'Supporting people with a learning disability and autistic people to get the right care, at the right time, in the right place' view the NHS infographic (external link)
- For information on their updated policy, visit the CETR Policy and Guide website (external link)
A free specialist community consultation service designed to provide consultation to professional networks regarding young people that cause them great concern, specifically concerning risk and extreme criminal behaviour. These young people may also be presenting as risky and difficult to manage safely in the community.
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